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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily News (Collier County)
Daily news (Naples, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Collier County daily news
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Collier County Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Naples, Fla.
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Publication Date: September 4, 1964
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Subject: Newspapers -- Naples (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 40th year, no. 72 (Nov. 3, 1963)-46th year, no. 170 (Feb. 6, 1969).
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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 1964 10 PAGES 10 CENTS 4ht YEAR NUMBER 30




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iit": .\ ... to, .. ; British New Zealanders Ready For Battle

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fa.vr7se Malaysian
14th Annual RodeoThousands



ot rodeo fans as well as visltorstrom all over

central and southern Florida are expected to pour into Immo.
kalee over the two-day holiday weekend for the 14th annual
Immokalee Saddle Club rodeo and colorful Wild West Parade. SL.f
1. Seems Imminent

The rodeo will get under way at 2p.m. on Sunday and againon

Monday, Labor Day, at the Rodeo Arenatwo miles south _
of Immokalee on the Naples road, with between 50 and 60

cowboys and cowgirls competing In bareback bronc riding, .1 KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia doneslan paratroopers In Johore

calf-roping, bull-riding, steer-wrestling and many other lAP)-Malaysia entered a slat State, 100 miles southeast of
acts associated with skilled horsemanship and the
thrilling Kuala Lumpur
.. of emergency todaj to meet a
traditional rodeos of the Western Plains. "' -0- Abdul
r' PrIme Minister Tunku
threat of war with Indonesia
Rahman said there were "Indl.
and to combat new race riots InSlngolJ1ul.

Monday's program will start at 10 a.m. with a big, noisy RANDOLPH HODGES, w .. Allied British and cation of Indonesian offensive.prepara."
with the Immokalee New Zealand units moved Into lions to mount able
parade through the downtown streets 1 ,
state board of COnllel''a.tion He announced the stat of *mr.gency .
bright : battle ltlonl.
h band, prancing horses, yelungcowboys III)
colored shirts and cowgirls In old-fashioned Western attire director (standing The Malaysian governmentmoves effective today, and said
right) makes som com- ;riLj r the government also had asked
as well as a group of Seminole Indians In native garb. were matched In Jakartaby
ments at Thursday's Red orders from President Sukar for an urgent meeting of the

John Jump, president of the Immokalee. Saddle Club, has Tide and beach erosion :' no to his Indonesian forces' to U.N. Security Council, charging

announced two new events for this year's celebration. One meeting at City 11 all. Listening 1 "deploy their strength" Indonesia with "blatant and

will be a special bull-rldlng exhibition for boys and girls are iro\ernor's Red j' throughout Indonesia to meet inexcusable aggression"

from Naples, Fort Myers, Immokalee and Sunnlland; the any possible attack.It .
other will be a calf scramble for boys and girls under 12 Tide committee chairman was the first time British

years of age. Wayne Mend of Palmetto .- and New Zealand biittallons
(above len. Naples Mayor I headed into action against Indo. Ar

These competitive events will take place between the Archie Turner (above ..:: gust rlilaa ,in' the main,
first and second sections of the rodeo on both days. The right), and Joe Czerwinski ; land of Malaysia. British units
buu-riding exhibition will be held Sunday and the calf. 1.1"
have fought Indonesian
of Englewood (next to I Ii Ir guerrll.
scramble Labor Day. las In Malaysia's Borneo stalesof
Hodges), committee membois. -

The male winner of the bull-rldlng event will be awardeda ( NEWS photo) even Sarawak and Sabah, how. The or

belt buckle and the girl finishing
silver and gold engraved A government spokesman said
first will be given a gift certificate from the McClendon DrugStore i the British and New Zealand By THC ASSOCIATED PRtSS

in Immokalee. Small Claims '\ troops are being used to free
L- two Malaysian battalions for EDINBURGH, Scotland (AP)
calf-scramble exhibition according to -- -- - -
Winners of the duty In riot-torn Singapore Scotland open today one of
President Stump, will be given the calves "for keeps. Court MovingTo A battalion of British Gurkha the world's largest ainglpan

rifles was replacing Malaysian suspension/ bridges, a II/$. mile,
of the annual rodeo and one of the
One of the highlights
four.Ian
forces In the labia area to bat. highway across the
most popular features of the entire two-day affair, Is the CourthouseThe Top Experts Gather Here tie about 30 Indonesian para Firth of Forth

famed cowgirls' Cloverleaf Barrel race, combining fast troupers'> who were reported to The bridge, first planned 40
riding skill and speed while racing in-and-out between spaced office and activities of have landed Wednesday The years ago, took six years to

obstacles.Ann the Collier County Small] River Mouths area Is lOtS miles southeast complete and cost $55 million ft

Claims Court are today being Damming of Kuala Lumpur.A will provide a direct road link
of 14-year-old daughter of James Ad.
Adams, Naples, moved from the downtown office battalion of the royal New between Edinburgh and. Fife,
ams, attorney for Collier County, is one of the contestants of Judge John W. Emersbn Zealand Infantry, already stationed served since IBM by t rill

who has signed up la was tills years Elaine Cloverleaf Cannon of Barrel Fort Myers.race. to the County Courthouse, 'lt In the southwestern roa.t.II brldg \
Last year's.winner
Red TideBY
was announced ,4y'.a tr-iJ'Oin';. Suggested For 1 area lit Malaya, moved l Into
a-- ." tile PontUn of
a M "
rait scan
,
nfo
ENTRY LIST Judge Emerson said Small Indonesian seaborn Invasion TOKYO' TAP) The 'UnlUd
More than !50 cowboys are expected to vie for the first Claims Court files and other States will pay 71 per cant of t

place awards in each event as they compete for the "Best pertinent facilities will be located DAVID LYON "we might reduce the extent Aug. IT. $2,874 damage payment to the

I All Around Cowboy" championship honors. Matt Condo, In the Circuit Court officeon and times of oc urrtnr of Red family, of a Japanese woman
a slim 23.year.> ranch hand from Arcadia, who walked the second floor of Building The director of the state Red Tide." ASKED FOR HELP killed by a U.s. Marine. Japan

away with top honors last year, Is again expected to be a A at the courthouse.Mrs. Tide laboratory In St. Peters The Florida Gulf Coast has The government spokesman will pay the other 23 par cent
contestant. Condo was also best of the cowboys at the Eleanor Goddard will burg said here yesterday that he been plagued from Urn to time said the Singapore administration according to an agreement
1959: Immokalee rodeo when lie won the all-around championship envisions dams being built across by outbreaks of Red Tide off. had request help from reached today.
and In 1959 at Las Cruces, N.M, while a studentat serve as clerk of the court. the mouths of Florida rivers shore The Red Tide, organism, Malaysian federal troops be. Pfc. Manuel A. Covarrublas of

New Mexico State Un'verslty. The telephone number of the emptying Into the Gulf to help called gymnodlnlum brevli, un. cause of renewed racial clashes Wapulo, Wash., reportedly shot

office Is Midway 2-6940, Judge control future outbreaks of Red dengue a "population. explo. between Malays and Chinese. and killed Miss Yuki Katsuma.
In addition In Jump, rodeo officials will Include Francis Emerson said Tide. lion," If water and weather con. Polka patrolled Singapore ta, 45, last July 20 at the UA

Coldlng, president of the Immoklee Saddle Club In 1963, Collier Courttlans having Robert M. Ingle reviewed the dltlons are right. After the ron. streets after bands of Malays Air Fore camp la fflgashl Fuji,

and Jackie Roberts, rodeo secretary. business with -he court are progress that laboratory resear. central Ion of the organism In the and Chinese roamed the (',ey. 100 miles southwest of Tokyo.

requested by Judge Emersonto chers have made In the last few water passes a certain level, It land district, spreading destruct lie was on duty as a guard and
President Jump has announced that the customary fashioned use the new i fflce and tele- months In finding out Just what becomes toxic to fish over a tlon. Miss Katsumata was laid to
barbecue sponsored by the American Legion, will not
phone at the coi rthouse, which causes the tiny lied Tide organ. wide 1 area A curfew went bit) steer t and have Ignored his warnings.
be held this year. However, he said, hamburgers, hot dogs,
Ism to break out periodically Urn Inland\ slat In the young
and soft drinks will be available for spectators on the arena will prevent delay and possible BAD ODOR
lie spoke at a City Hall meeting Federation of Malaysia was de.
confusion In court matters. MANILA (AP) The Public
(founds. Red Tide also creates
of the Citizens Advisory Com. an un. dared to I he In a "state of dan. Service Commission has
mittee Red at. pleasant odor, and has been citedas grant
on Tide. Also to public order.
Honored guests for the twoiay celebration wlU Include detrimental to tourism as well get .d /permission to the Philippine
tending and making some com. The Malaysian Cabinet met
Richard Stanley Sheriff E.A. "Doug" Hendry and Long Distance Telephone Co. to
Judge ,
as the commercial 1 fishing Indus.
In specIal session to give last.
Sheriff "Snag" Thompson of Lee County. All proceeds from Tells Of Plot state mauls board on of beach conservation erosion dlr.was try. Naples has not been affec t. minute[ Instructions to a high proceed with the laying of a
the rodeo, above ana over expenses.wlll goto pay the Immo. ed by Red Tide since a minor that submarine cable between Guam
level Malaysian delegation
;
kalee High School fOllballlnsuranc.and meet other community actor Randolph Hodges and the Philippines
outbreak the weekend of April
To Kill Johnson Is mount. heads Saturday for the United
Ingle said evidence
needs, Jump saidONE tog that points to runoff from 13.14, 1903, but the Tampa Nations and an emergency The commission' earlier had
has not "been so fortunate suspended| authorization be.
Bay area \
meeting) of the U.N. Security
rivers as one of tne many Import.
cause of opposition by Globe
At Convention In recent months.
ant faitors In creating conditions Council.
.
good-sired Red Wlrlss, an affiliate of biUrna.llonal
Currently a
The hopes there
government
favorable for growth of the toxic
AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) Frank Red Tide organism These run. Tide "bloom" Is In progress at can b* a Security Council meet. Telephone and TelegraphCo.
Erwin Texas Democratic the north end of the peninsularGulf to hear its
national of( waters are rich In iron and Ing by Tuesday
committeeman, says Secret other dissolved minerals which Coast. (See related story) charges that Indonesia I II guilty

Service and FBI agents In.vestfgated apparently are needed by the organism This offshore outbreak extensiveand followsa of aggression.Seven TKOMSOE, Norway (AP) -
a reported assasstna. for it to multiply and llitle.puMtclred. persons have ben A Norwegian firm that already
tlon plot while President John. long-lived Red Tide that stayed and 48 In racial
thus create a Red Tide outbreak, kllld Injured has built one Soviet hydroelee.trie .
son delivered his acceptance well offshore from Perry. disturbances sine Wednesday
Ingle said. power plant on the border
speech at the party's national The Red Tide laboratory that out. Singapore Radio laid today. between the two nations It *x.pect'l .

convention. ONLY SPECfLA TING 'learned a lot" from The Malaysian government '. to build another, a news.
th.r.are
,tvV Many arrests were made, he Erection of dams to hold back break, Ingle said. Sine charged that Indonesian agents paper said today.
./'f.. laid in a speech Thursday to no phosphate beds In the behind the latest outbreak.
runoff waters Is "Just specula. Into were Th firm, NoreUktro A-S, will
n the Austin Junior Chamber of tlon on my part," Ingle said, basins of rivers running With pldgs: of support from receive| a nw contract to builda
r' Commerce The Secret Service "and I have no firm recommen. the Gulf that far north, the possibility Its Commonwealth partners, the plant on the Upper Pasrtk
I refused to comment except to that phosphate) / mlrhtcon. government ailed qulrkly after
:t datlons yet. But this Is the dlr. River, said the newspaper
say no arrests were made. action In which I see u* going" (Continued on page 8) the reported landing of 20 In. Nordlys.r .
"There was a terrible scare on He pointed out that once a
the last day of the convention" Red Tide outbieak Is In full

Erwin sold bloom In the Gulf, 'there Is no Going Fishing --, .

He said the scar began with pra' Uf'al way to deal with It, Damas Advises
the arrest of an armed Puerto be<'au e of the volume of waterIn

RIcan In New York City who the Gulf." But If tome of the You CarryVallet
told police he was en rout to Red Tide agents can: be stop4

Atlantic City to take part in a before they flow Into the Gulf, for like the
plot to kill the President. Fishing money,
Extra details of Secret Service thermometer, appears to be on

: and FBI agents were rushedto the rise In Collier County.

d Atlantic City from "the en. State Plans New Damai I Kirk, aged 10, U the r isy.

tire Eastern Seaboard," the son of Bud I Kirk, veteran com

Austin attorney said. Many ar. mercial flshermanofGoodland,
.. Aerial Red Tide i
1Rak kd"x rests were made during the con. and despite hU youthful years, t Nr.ra
*
version's final day last Thurs. be In
,
may possibly following
day, he said. Surveys Of Gulf till dad's footsteps
The committeeman said S*.
Fishing\ from the beach for t
v1
cret Service men tried to per.
TALL \H\SSEE (AP) The snook and Spanish mackerel
e sr suede Johnson not to appear on
a balcony overlooking the board State Conservation Department at Big Marco Pass on Thursday,

walk for a birthday salute in the planned further aerial surveysIn Dumas felt a slight pull on his\ ,
the Gulf off the north Florida
form of a gigantic fireworks line. Disgruntled because a
coast today to determine the full
dl play. snook t hit, Damas reluctantly -
size of an apparent red tide out.
OF THE HIGHLIGHTS of Sunday1 14th The President insisted on go. break already known to be vast. hauled In hU line. What

annual Immokalee Rodeo will be the Cowgirls' tog through with the original It was the first major out. appeared at first glance to be DY

Cloverleaf Barrel Race an event requiring un. plans, saying that "If anyone break anywhere along Florida's sea grass attached to the hook l ,.

usual skill and speed as girls ride their mounts wants to kill" the President said. they coast this summer and the first turned out to be a fresh one l e'ONE
do Erwin
can so, ever recorded off north Florida. dollar bill.Damas .
in-and-out among obstacles on the rodeo arena
Dead fish In hug patches was fishing with Mel-
grounds. Fourteen-year-old Ann Adams of Naples
were found Thursday along 50 vin Buns, also 10, of Orlando,
shown above, will b, the only local cowgirl OGO SatelliteIs miles of shore!1;*, no more than and another companion. All

among 10 contestants. Ann is the daughter of flu mUll off shore and some three said the bill

Jim Adams, attorney for Collier County, and is RescheduledCAPE already drifting onto the beach. could youngsters not have been In the valet -

rated quite an expert in horsemanship. Thousandsof el. The outbreak stretched from for of time because -

rodeo fans and visitors from all sections of KENNEDY, Ha. (AP) the Aucilla River southeast of It any length In "excellent ....... _._-.....
Florida La'inching of the 000 aden.tine Tallahassee to East Pau, spa. was
southern and central are to
expected
satellite, frustrated once by rating Dog and St. George Is. shape" Damn 1s a student FOR ALL-Alfred, a giant schnauzer makes no bones
Labor
e'1 Immokalee for the Day weekend
throng ground I support equipment trou. (lands southwest of the capital at St. Ann's Catholic SchoolIn bout whose tree he'll be barking up com the

celebration. bl*. 1* rescheduled for tonight city. Naples election, He paraded hit sentiments at Johnson City, 'A.



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2'' COlLUR COUNTY NEWS Nap'ai' FU '..stay,, Sopt.mbor, 4. 1964


Dogs :Help Boys From Streets YOUR CHURCH





N- Find New Life At Lincoln Hall DIRECTORYNAPLES



1.1 1N('()LI!,IIAI.I, I :N.\: (Al')1 "The dogs are a bridge to a and boys may take horn spe. GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH

roar With ,
liiiqiicnt Inns hike and /fish I Christian dlrertor of the 101. Hall. There also are horses, ona mile .... .l the
not I learn 10vl' and 1 I
li leiidshli,
| year.old institution operated in rabbits cats and a monkey on CouHhoulot.
101 . CHURCH C. laoird, Pests
lie at a DOO-ai re Roman Catho.' School But It's docs who are the hestlov.d IUPTIST

A I II'i i I'lotedOl.? The 36 doc of all sleet and e tt 750 5..1. Drlv. SUNDAY SERVICES
p The hues, are between II I ] and 1 breed are used to help the wayward Nerds N.pltl tibia School 10:00 ......

I yearn old! i, Man) com from boys relax and pin ronfl-! see. Oicw McCoHi/, Potts' Morning Worship 1100: 'm.
bl.k'i n hr.mei. Up to now theirHi dam *. Sunday StrvieM Training Service 7:00 ,.....
.. Haydon Burns Evening Wonhip I 00 ,.....
IIH tined robbery stealingi "Wherever the kid go the Sunday School 10 ..<". :

i '" asMtilt and I It/H/ kmp pork- dogs go except in the dining Wortkip Service I II I ..">. WEDNESDAY EVENING SERVICE

ets. room," said Brother Amator Calls Trimester Ibl.; Classes ':JO p.i". liblo Study and
When the', filter Llii'oln HallIn Michael "We try to keep the Evening Service 7:30 p...".. Prayer Service 7.)0 p...,
n' :a A rui ,il spttinc ol this dogs out of the classrooms but Choir Practice I:It ,.11I.
W"sti''hestei' Count! ommunlty don't always su<'reed. System 'Flop'H

and tar from Hit { rottded streets "One problem Is that some of (11l'Rni F"CIIRIST JEHO'AII'SlTNESES!'\
,"i :New: York, the beta are r*. H \ (AP) Itemo. No.
the ktd won't eat meat sometimes Tamiami Trail .1 14th Ave Kingdom Hall 107th Avenue
hewn 11 Illous and
suspicious
,
so that they can take it to C o"ot WAo"oI/ eieider i ; Wallace/ lnJiM. Mi/iJir.r
")' HI.1 Haitian Burns said Thurda\\
44Ye .the Pete Sunday libl. Study Wednesday I p....
the Mate's
trimester
One of the youngsters Is Tony, night unl\.ltl i Bible Study 10 ...... Minister School Friday 7:30 p.....

14, whose parents are on reliefIn that Communists system was a lop( and Morning Worship II ...... S.rviea Maating Friday I,:)0 p.....
were teaching
tr r Junior Women the Bronx He was committedto In the school Evening Warship 7,39 p.mWadnnday Public Adcl.... Sunday I:)0 p.....
ro\nnS.\TJOS: :
I'IK I K-:
Lincoln Hall In 1961 for assault Burn opened( his I Watch Towar Study Sun. 445: p.....
campaign
and larcem. He was released Microphones get smaller and
B,bio Study 7:30 p.m.
?r.1r. 1 ,j1t Looking ForSignatures but returned In 1903 for against Republican State P.p. smaller Suellen Robinson, jIornier I PARK
Charles Holl. of 51, NAPLES
picking pockets and shoplifting. > Petersburg Miss Alabama, tons
Tony, a 98-nouncler, says he b\ sating he would investigate a "I la \ a I l ler.:' one of theIdlest CHURCH OF GOD \PT1ST 'lIl'HCIiII.
Marion t, Weco.erSunday
has: learned about friendshipIf.respett university was astounded problems."I to find the I. Itvas khoMii at a Cor. IOth 51. I Itch A.... No. School 10 a.m.

.. "Now for all loyalty and love Los Angeles eU-clionim Pn. Dodd, tomarSunday ;
-- ii the time number of pinks and commies Morning Worship H .,....
from Tiny Boar a 134-pound / ..huHogers'\\'. ......
SWEET COMHINTI: . Two basic mnrcdn( >ntf.. a girl I and good Collier Coumtans to come Newfoundland, who sleeps be. on our campuses( ," he said.1 "If School 10 Evening Warship 7:30 p.m.

the phlox along the banks of the Potomac River are torn to the aid of the I-akahatchee side him In a 24-bed cottage. elected one ol m\ first ads will Morning Worship 7)0 II am.Evano.lutie Prayer Meeting Wad. 7:30: p."'.

I bined to produce a world of wonder and beauty The photoIs Strand" was the call Issued Tony vows he won't get Into be to remove them They wouldbe Kill S.rvica 7.30 pm.

one 150 on display at the Kodak World's Fair Pavilion It today by Mrs Jerry iltta trouble again wise to resign.' Tuesday Prayer Ma.tmg ..... pm ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC3rd
The trimester for cut- Thursday YPE 7)0: p St. I (Otn Ava, So.
was taken by a National Geographic Society photographer.LT33ZiJ chairman of the commit of Most of the dogs were donated plan On 'Giveaways'Passed
.
operated/ college and universities Father far/taro L Hicl
the Naples Junior Woman's Club by estate and kennel owners, fSunday
"a noble experiment ....10.11
was | House Masses
sponsoring the project to acquire Ky FMMVMELLITHERVNriURCH
he said, but Ineffective, OF N.SPLESIL.CA W..d... 7 ...... onlyConUiiiom
the strand for a public
AdsAttend I lie said he would I set up a WASHINGTON: :, DCThe : Saturday

t park.Mrs. Baptist ChurchlIeetinA' study of the trimester Immediately House of Representatives has .) 4 to i p..... and 7 to I p.....
Sin announced that a If eleited and predicted\ adopted an amendment sponsor Mooring Line I low Line Dr. Sunday School t a.....
table will be set up In frontof Sept. 9 the schools would. be back on a edbyCongressnlanPaul In The Moorings Confratarnity Clan ofChrntian

the Sunshine Suprex Marker. semester system b\ September Rogeraof D,. HerW 0. feei/e, pastor
--- --- --------- The First Daptist Church / Florida's 6th Congressional DoctrinoMondayi
The tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 monthly business 19C5. Sunday School t a.m. at 7:JO p.lII.
meeting will be District halting
surplus DA ., .
Church Service 10.30 "'
p.m. and an attendant will be held at the church, Wednesday Burns said the trimester sys- food being sent toforeigncountries -

seeking signatures on a peti evening, September 9, a spokes tern of ear-round education THINITYmTHECOVEEPISCOPAL.CHURCH
their!
GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH allowing ships
tion to save the strand. man announced. The general busIness speeds up the rate of teaching. the Island toga EAST: NAPLES : ,:"
of
to Cuba.
'
Students need time to assimilateand
:
This Is a state-wide projectof meeting will include re* BAPTIST clll'RCarSh.clo.I. >or> Royal
THIS SUNDAY information. he said. "No longer will a
digest foreign
the Junior Woman's Club, port on various church projectsand 7a R.', Richard i. lambert
. Ave East Naplalv.
The trimester doesn't give them country be able to do business ?
Morning Worship lliOO AM. Mrs. Sltta announced, and she the financial report. that time, IIP said. with Uncle Sam and Fidel Castro lao1'.! eVee.. Patio. Sunday Sarvical .
The first family Communion lam
night Holy
all Collier Counttans to supper
urged
Sunday
"Where Fudndamental Christian DoctrinesAre Is scheduled for September 16, The Jacksonville mayor leaves at the same time," Con- Family Worship Church
assist In the effort his home Saturday for a 10 day Sunday School 10:00: a.mMorning .
at 6:13 in Fellowship Hall. An gressman Rogers said School and Sermon 10 am,
"The ColllerCountypetltlon, trip Into central and south Florida Wonhip I 11 I:00 a."'.
Preached and Taught"on "It! makes
"Interesting" program will be no sense for Americans Wednesday
since the strand Is In our county with scheduled taks In FortMyers Training Union 700 p.m.Evaning .
Guilford /Road and V. K. 41 featured and Mrs. Tom Hoffman to sec surplus food- I 00 . Holy Communion *30 am,
m.Wadnaiday
should Miami West Palm Warship p
On Mile Bant of The County Courthoui display strong support report a "delicious" supper stuffs subsidized by their hard Holy' Dayi Communion at I a,....
," said Mrs. Situ 1* planned. Beach, Orlando, Cape Kennedy,
West Punta Corda earned tax dollars being soldto W..t I Sarvica 7:30 .....
----------------------- Key Clear. Mid Prayer : p
'water' and Naples. foreign countries which do Adult Choir Practice I IS p.... IN THE AREA

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must not be aided In any KOMTA SPKINCS:
FIRST ASSEMBLYOF \SSKMItn: OF COD
,
: Wants Life; Says way Rogers' amendment was added r.OI I II... Roland' Join

Shado.lawn A.a, E. NaplasRoe Sunday School 10 a.....
Capital Penalty to legislation allowing the
Cordialll Snvitcl .l.lRichards U.S. to sell excess wheatgrain [. W. Williams. Pea or Morning Worship Ham.

/ / CJVrc May Be Abolished dairy products, and other agri- Sunday School '45 a..... Evening Sarvica 7:30: p.m.Prayar .
Morning Worship I'' .."'. Muting Wad. 730pm.IIOKOLOSKKE: .
cultural commodities
TALLAHASSEE (AP) A to needy Youth Service T u... at 7 30 p."'.
Palm Beach County man faring nations overseas. These com Mid.W.t S.rvic. Thursday (' !

Church the eleitrlc chair for murder modities have been subsidized at 7:30: p.m.FIKST (rum OF GOD

.... MI I4MI to &*ritenJ the has asked the state to commute directly or Indirectly by Sunday School 10 .....
-.n. his sentence because Florida tax funds through government Morning Worship II ......
Sunshine might abolish capital punish. payments. BAPTIST riU'RCII

ment. Congressman Rogers said, OF NAPLES (OPKLANII': II\PTIST
'Your Complot Alexander Sthneld. II... 1101 ." Marti; fnlotSunday
Raymond >
MISSIONa
711 Ith Av "Dy selling this subsidized foodto
f (//oif C er's plea will go before the.par. School t:IS am.Morning C'ydo' Martin
Cuba
a
r n o ce country shipping to
don board at Its 16 meetIng Worship 10 30 .....
Sept : o School 10 .....
Naples s I'. ...', M {Ibe U.S. taxpayer simply comforts Sunday
"M *th A i along with three other'fap". Training Union t 30( p.m. Worship Sar icai

Ital cases one of Castro's friends. Evening Worship 7)0: p..... II .."'. and 7.30 p."',
Schneider 27 was convicted "And no friend of Castro'liIs WEDNESDAY
The Bank of Prayer MaatmgtWadnndayt
Orowlnf with Religious Messages Contributed To The Cause of the Church two years ago of shooting RogerS. a friend of ours!I' Rogers Prayer Meeting 7:30 p."'. at I p..... '\
Collier County Ilendry to death
M.mbtr F. I by the Following LOYAL CITIZENS and BUSINESSES. In seeking clemency, his attorney said.The Florida Congressman E\FIU.I.AIES: BAPTIST

noted that Florida was then listed countries receiving FIRST CHRISTIAN IIAPEI.

Hartley's studying the abolition of the surplus foods from the U.S. ( III'IK II OF NAI'I.ES Rev. Eric(C. Weldon' Pastor
.. Mondarm Or. Sands
Ninth Str Coquina
M death penalty and said the 19C3
and .....
Th.y'r.n."com.ra.n.y government allowing shipsto Sunday School g 45 a
Are Jam! W, rWacttv Mtmtttr
Bob's Pastry moved Into the neighbor, Legislature might change the rail at Castio's Island at Ibis. School t 45 Worship> Samcat I H I a..... t I p.m,
and law, making It to am.
hood Junt lint week unnecessary
110 tlh .... No. that It their test Sunday execute Schneider.A the same time."Communist. Church Service Mam.CW Training Union 7pm.
"Fr..h Caked In our h' I further ground for comma Yugoslavia Is Practice Wednesday 7:30: p."'. M.d.... Prayer Sarvica I p.m

I V J Very toon they'll be = tat Ion of the sentence to life Imprisonment high on the list," Rogers said vesper S.rvica i p.... Sunday
Naples Federal l making frlanda, and .EVKK.LAIES:
joining In worthwhile he said, was Si hnol. '
rnnny OMMl'NITY rilL'ltril
and Loan Junes hit talent fur I der's possible mental disorder Drive Carefully And Live ,
church artlvltlra. Mr develop
mty
rmsT (ii t'ItCll[ OF ( IIRIST! II... H. G. W..I>.d... pastor
... wife
MO Ith Avo orfanlution or fund.ral.lnr. or youth letrienhlp. Hit
eYe may And her plc.-. In one of the bu.y orirtnlutloni for SCIENTIST Sunday School 10 a.m.
Jim's ,women or dltcovtr thtt ,he IoVH to fetch The children will Central Avenue a* ash Stra.t Morning Worship I II I ......
I eeeS nettle I hiiplly| Into Sunday School clanaea tulted to their
.
Lifetime ... Sunday Service 11 :00 a m.
MI t-SJM or t.H11 tire. troup.Above til, this young ftmlly will\ hare In the gesso feel- SEPTEMBER 7 Sunday School 11:00 a.m. .OODI.AM; ) MISSION

w. One In, of Chrlntltn fcllownhlp and tplrltutl well-belnii thttcumei Can I Forgive end Forget? W.dnaiday Evening Meeting I p."'. OF' Ol'U SAVIOR
from nervine God and Him Church. They ,..11be\ Reading Room (20 Pars St. II... *.c ord 7, tomaarfSunday .

Naples Coin better people,better neighbor SEPTEMBER 14 Mon. W.d Frl. School t a....

ftpnrf Queen end bitter ctllwnibectune 10 a.m, to I pm,
Fresh of
A View
Cut Boy of their decldonU.S. Intelligence IMMOhALEE FIRST
Hwy 41. N. to put God'a work tlrnt
THE('III'Kdl FOR All. SEPTEMBER 21 BAPTIST CIIUKCIIAav :
Open I4.Hou.* ., All OH THE CHI'RHThe FIRST METHODIST I L, 1. Daniel, Post,'
Wherever
Divine You Are
W. Hoorr j Church U th* Help (IIIKCII OP. NAPIES: Worship I II I ...... ( 7)0 p.....
irraat.nt factor on earth SEPTEMBER 28 First Avenue, S. t Fourth St
Naples for the bulletin I of char- lee. JoAn t. Rice, Pester
ItM No. crier and fOOd! cltltan- What Happens When You Pray? IMMOKALEE
.- -- y. hip. It It a ttorehouie und.v Worthy Ham. Illltdl OF .01); I
BB Builders of uplrltutl valuaa. Sun Eva Worship S.rvico at 7:30: R". 0. P. Otonno

Troll North Without a trout Sunday School 45 a."'. Sunday School 10 am.
Plywood 1 Doora church neither democ- Junior, Intermediate and Morning Worship Ham.
IchID,. Ruaiwln. f reeynorrlvihsetlonsens Senior F.llowthip 4 ."'.
Available"o p Evening .
urvlxe I There ire four Worship 7:30: p m
Lamplighter 'a. nound retdont who every [r CHRISTIAN SCIENCE RADIO SERIES I IIE Paver M..ting Wed at 7.30 p.m.

v ti onD.wenwn should attend IMMOKALEE
U xrvlna regultrlyind METHODIST:
at 4.c....... support the MUST PRESBYTERIAN CIIIRCHtv.
---- church They ire: (111) IIIHCII OF NAPLES Richard None. P",ror

C A, For hit sun tube. (2)) Third A..., So I Siith St. SUNDAY
Interior t [ k For hitA. ehitheesen'!. *.'. J.6o W. Stomp Morning Warship I 30 I II
Pamtlns s Hk'.ISI) i WNOG School Sunday School, t 45 ......
Sunday .
/. .>f hit community tndnttlon I 30 am.Sarvie.i
. ((4) For the on Sunday '30 am. Jr. lnt.rm.diat. and Sr.
Phone MI I S7M , 1 nuke of the church MYF, 4:30 p."'.

Nspte.. -e' ,itnelf. shish need 10 A.M. SUNDAYS Evening Wonhip. 7:10 p.....
hit moral and mite- Ft LI. GOSPEL TUESDAY
..
Marathon risl.upportt'lentoMarine COM Ml.MTY CHURCH M.', Prayer Sarvica 7 p....
I' church
11<' to regu-
,
Land . 1 s t ,s l.rl> and read your Rev Can Poufioii, Pester Choir Practice. I 00 p.....
MI I4UI 111bledeily.Trail *.., S.org. *oio". A,,'. Pastor WEDNESDAY
r Dominion Or? Avalon Estates Mid., ... Prayer S.rvica

Builders + South Naples Adult I Childran 7:30: p.....

Sunday School 1000 .."'. "
INVEST Morning Worihip II .."'. MARCO CHURCH OF GOD

-. -Nip lie-- ",. 6 '0 6 Sunday Ev.nmg 7pm. 'n 0. He/icocl pasta

West Coat YOUR SAVINGS Wed. Prayer Sarvc. 7.30 p.m.MMCE Morning Wonhip Ham.

Complete I, ,y Evening Worship 7:11 ,.....

NO Mh Avo. ...
Charles R. EARN 6% INTERESTPaid rillRCH I.tTIIER\N OF NAPLES ST. LEO'SC'ATIIOLIC CHURCH

Missouri Synod _
Igli luilding cans' of
Cabinet Semi-Annuolly U.S. 41 and 12*" Ave, No. Goodvin Strut and the Trail
Dottil Cabinott. I.e. G.o'f. W. ',ic.. ,oi,o. lonita

Antique' R.p' 25,000.00 Bond Issue Sunday School t ..m.Church lamp Springsletter /.emeet,
4* IMh SI. Bo / Sarvico .,
10)0 .
"' Sunday Mann
7:)0. t 30 a.m.Confession .
by
Holy' Communion
Prior
Jimmie 1 to
i
Pint Sunday Each Month.
Plotterini' 4 Muo". CHURCHNEW -- -- __.._ Sunday Muses
CENTRAL BAPTIST
.Phono Ml -- -
"flTE This dir.ttn'JIII
*pir reularl' each week
Van Der LOCATION SEAGATE DRIVE h. the \E\\S. AH churches: in county are urged I*
Music I phone or write in any changes or corrections ss they occur

,..*.. are tint Mrtft* ....* In .-"'.HM .! 1,000., -
Complete Instruction I
in eny "" .. ,1J./ "rh.ulArsun,, ,r SI SSOO mn4 $110 00 Metudnq tom 11.14".*....
HALFBACK PLAY FOR
SHEET MUSIC Issue date: June 1. 196'- : CHRIST'athlete
leaf tin t, N. !Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday .
I Corinthians Ephesisns Philippians James James ( 01 l1 B l! S. Ohio (AP) playa better when he has I
: 1:4.9 1:10.10 6:3.11: 1:3.11 2:1.7: 2:8.13: OF NAPLES R. '
4 PAYING AGENT THE BANK 'Mi 6 I. 210-pound Tom Bar. something to play| for American

e rIllS"1! alto rebounded from a athletes can play for their country

Naples' INN U'l.KS mar"atil induitnal accident to their university, their girl
I plan a key role it fullback and fnends, their parents, their
Cleaners, quarterback for Ohio State U coaches or.if I
they're
For Information MI ,
Call: Ml 2-67. or 2-7350; egocentric
a/N Ml A.... a. president. of the university's for themselves."I ",.
One ,.. .
Day "
'c. Ca'
"it Crusadt for Chritl.Btfiiniton play for Christ. My recognition "

who may play half I let, I want to .
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this fill says: "An glorify Oinst, 1



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COLLIER C t: :Wf;,. N. I... FU. MJ-y, September 4. 'U4 3
Harbor &4tJ4p1e4

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By Sue Glover
Line l MI 3-60TJ

na Bow Well! It's that time of year time to come. The former I funA'f

again and an the small fry Brenda Lee Cough and William ASI
.
ern are having to turn to again Schwartz were married In Rich-
BY NOMIE ROGERS!:
and "hit the trail" back to mond Va., and stopped! off inWest
M12.3634Let's
Phone I schcv I mean this literally Palm Beach and Ft, Lau-

Stan this thing off witha genial host and owner mana- r The 1 rail presents quite a pro derdale before cowing, to Naples :
"Big Happy September Birth ger here at the Park, Bill blem !to 'he young ones who have for a few days They
day" tot our gal Ernestine Tuck. Now someone at the to cross It as well as the pa- were In a beachfront motel In
Akers,Vincent Sellers nice wife C.C.N. is removing 'em before lien .ajy patrolman stationed Ft. Lauderdale when Cleo ar
Emma, both Ida Mae and Jim they get to the printing there I understand It's been rived. Neither knew anything
Maxwell, Dr. Roy Kemp Viv press and I have an idea I rather hectic and difficult at about hurricanes, the proprietor -
ian Hallock,also Lester Brown.As know who It tsj Now, Tom, the Kel''y Road-TamtamI Trail gave them no instructionsand
you know, all these nice you quit that, as this feud Is crossing this week The East they report that they were
kids are Naples Land Yacht purely Platonic and besides you Napes civic Association took absolutely terrified, especiallywhen !
Harborltes except Ernie who don't hear the other side of It y action hack when the Trill work the balcony of their second

spends most of her time with or you might feel sorry for me, was Baited to request traffic floor apartment ripped off and V" 'tt'f'
Bill! and Muffin In their lovelynew for a change. Now sometimes light or other traffic control power lines blowing together I
home on2th Street,Nonh. 1 do not see Bill for several measures at this Intersection.A began throwing off! sparks and ''
Things are starting to buzz days, so how else would he caution light to slow the traf- flashing with I lane It was dark, :.." ,
around here now. saw Bill know how I feel about him if t fic or a self-operated signal of course, and they couldn'tsee
Tuck laying out two spaces for he didn't read it here--that is v. will most likely be Installed outside but could hear debris -
new additions to our Harbor of course IF he reads it. there I'd like to see an elevated blowing about and things
family Will let you know more I'll give you one "fer- cross-wa'k' at this Inter crashing and ripping apart. \t
about It next week maybe. Received Instance" then you be the judge. section and another which Is the height of the Storm, they
a letter from Beaulah Tuesday as 1 drove past the of -- --- -- - ,' equal v difficult, the one near decided the safest place to be

Hanlon and although we are flce here, Bill! was crossing CONTEMPORARY: BIRD HOUSE-Let no one ever say Kwlk Chek.I was In the bathtub since It
sorry to hear she had been ill the street so I called him over hummingbirds aren't up-to-date One bird built its nest was delighted to hear that seemed like the whole building
with a bad cold we are gladto to Introduce him to Ken's mom with silver metallic yarn and baby blue nylon yarn It was there was a possibility of an would go. And I guess It was
know she will be heading who was with me He came found in the Stcne Valley recreation area of the Pennsylvania Investigation of the weather at that Arriving in. Naples to
back where she belongs about over to the car and before even State University bureau at Miami. I have nothing be with old friends was very
October 1st. shaking hands said: "Sorry to personal] against Gordon consoling to them and uilllam SUMMER FUN, Kathy Gr.vii, 10 poses top a
Ken took Ernie to the Tahitian see you In such company and i Dunn and have no doubt that relaxed with Val Ripley and garden fountain to provide a ,iking. silhouette at Savannah I
Hut for her birthday and riding with such a driver." he knows his business well. almost caught a real bunker but Ca Thrtittni" ig loud. ,.n background eiploni' umbrelU.

was nice enough to ask Bill and Of course, then he said, and rmmokalee NewsBY My objection Is, and many other the big one got away, Mr. and
I to go along. Enjoyed It very did all the proper things, and native south Floridians with Mrs. Schwartz left today to not considered a man until age
much and have a confession to as he walked away, mother MRS W. M. GARRETTair' whom I've talked agree,that the return to Richmond and their Boy BurglarsGet :1. Its asked the boys and their
make each time I go In there said.."My he's a nice fellow '- ., weather bureau under Gordon studies. Mr. Schwartz Is majoring fathers whether all considered a
and gaze out at the moonbeamson Isn't he??" Well????? A miscellaneous shower com. They reported she lost almost Dunn has become too cautious In Education and hopesIn SpankingIn parent had authority over his
the water, playing hide 'n I do get a break though as plimentlng Miss Sheryl Hodges all of her fruit trees. Perhaps they are afraid of a few years to return to minor children, and all agreed

seek with the clouds, 1 get very each weekend Edgar Moyer and was given Thursday nlghfby Mrir Mr. and Mr. C.E. Tyler frightening the people unduly, Naples as a teacher, Open CourtINVEI that Then was so.Judge Troy said he
romantic. Yeah, I know what his wife Ann come over to relieve Joe Oliver, Mrs. John Wise and spent a week in StuttgartArk., but most of us would rather Mr. and Mrs. Val Ripley of could nut order corporal punish
you are thinking but I have a him This weekend will Mrs. Eric McNab at the McNab with their son and family, Mr. prepare for a storm and not Hawthorne Court must be marvelous : : tAP) Four meal but could ask whether the
bit of news for all you skeptics be especially quiet and peace- home at 3 E. Braman Ct. Miss and Mrs. Kenneth TIer. While get It than vice-versa. Thoseof hosts since all the many youths win' admitted. a garage culprits would submit to It vol.I 1 1tmlarUy.
" I ain't as far over the ful as it is a long one. Goody. Hodges will become the bride of they were there Kenneth enteredthe us who have spent a lifetime young people who visit them break flRtned idol they are The four youths agreed)
""I hill as you might think. To Guess nobody is catching any James Franklin Poole at ) p.m., They hospital also visited for their an operation.daughterand In South Florida have prepared leave singing the praises of well off d\IiIlhl some dlscom. to that form of discipline and]
20 In the First
Baptist
September for blows we didn't Naples. fort In sluing down emu 2r.: whacks the Mat
it I' left here many got on I
prove Mondayat fish lately! hope they get on the Church at Immokalee. Apink family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
but never heard gripes With the permission of a of his trousers from his father.lNut
7 a.m., drove to West Palm ball icebox looks get you )
soon as my and white color theme was usedIn Sommers of Jonesboro, Ark
thea.IIS'\ fathers
judge spanked
about that Much of the a whimper was heard.
Beach did damage KEY MEETING
some drove
visiting, anemic Mrs.
pretty the decorations and refresh. Mary Paul primary tea.
them with a leather twit in (open Judge Troy tingled I out!
around to see what damagethat Have just been informed that ments. An arrangement of pink cher at the Friendship Baptist sustained by Miamians from Plans were completed for court Thiirnda) Smith's father, Deputy Sheriffs!
brat Cleo did, picked up the Vince Sielers have had his and white carnations centeredthe Church, gave a party for her Cleo could have been prevented the Important October meet Circuit Court Judge Troy !Loll Blair Smith, for praise as a con;
Ken's mother, took her to dinner sister with them the past month. gift table A bespread was pupils at her home on Friday. If the people had been properly ing of the East Naples Civic also llrertod the jouth to pay clentlous officer of the law
then drove back here and Even If we did not get a chanceto presented to the bride-elect by Eva Benefield assisted Mrs.Paulwith warned. Association Tuesday night at a total uf $300 Into Citrus Conn. Deputy Smith made the com]
was able to get in the house welcome her we certainly the hostesses. Games were play. the party. Games were play. the meeting held 11! the Shadow- ty'* fine and forfeiture fund plaint and effected the arrest
under my own power. Try that want to say, "Good bye, have a ed and prizes awarded to Mrs. ed and cake, Ice cream, and THEY'RE FEMALES I lawn Cafetorlum. Word was during tlio next three years, and of the youths, Including his owns
Paul Herring, Mrs. M.T. Ruke punch were served to the follow. Those of us who have lived to reimburse the owner .
on piano sometime. Now safe and received. from Representative garage aon
your ; trip hurry back
and Miss Kathy Zehner. Some ing guests Randy Sumerall, Da I
here number of will for IONS he might have suf
do I am still able a years Li renzo Walker that he would any
you agree Here is the"Quote"that Eve 30 guests attended the affair. vld Newsome, Susan Browning, fered.
to enjoy that moonlight? Cook She did go ahead with storm prepara- be able to attend the October
lyn sent me, not The Immokalee Elementary David Smith, Terry Browning, The court room spankings
who It I School and Glen H. Paul Jr. Robbin Brown tions when one gets as closeas meeting lie will be the guest
wrote
say although faculty guests were came as a mi: prise to the boys, Has World Record
GO-WAYDORA do believe you will all agree entertained with a chicken bar Ing, Patricia Paul. Cleo did to our shores, speaker and answer questions their fathers and "|1''I.ltllrll.
Come on U-A11, put on your with Its message! becue Friday evening In the Pine Mr. and Mr*. Jim McGlll gavea we know the gusty ladles havea on the amendments 10 be votedin Judge Troy !liuliMl that penl.tentl.ry For HeatlcmaniaWISNFCII
best manners and start think- crest annex cafeteria Group farewell barbecue Sunday for way of changing their minds November The !meeting will sentences could lie Imposed .
ing right, then maybe we can "MYSELF"I singing and a social hour follow their son Roger who 1* in the and that they are completely start at 6:30 with a covered on AljJi B. Smith, 17, and Eiiflaml (AP) --:
stop old Dora before she crosses have to live with myself? ed the supper. Two new teacher Army. He left Friday to reportto unpredictable I'd like to see dish supper and It Is hoped the Donald W. Ertlt, Thorn aM.. Grime" Hi'Resler. 10, today
the Gulf Stream. I sincerely and so Mr. and Mrs Arthur Tyson, are Texas, after belngtransferred some plain old-fashioned reporting attendance at this !meeting will Stafford and) Wayne U. King all claimed! the world record for
on their way from Turkey where from Germany. Those attending: start out of the 18 after they had 1 entered irull. neatlenianla.! She said she has
coming ,
this time be be the
hope we can large, befitting Importance
I be for
want to fit myself to
lures of the
Linda |
Mr Tyson taught In a military and Nancy Whitehead, Mr. Miami weather bureau. It ty pit-as 8,820 |pit mop.topped| .
of where she Is all of
sure at know. our gueSt speaker.
school. Other teacher and Mrs. JImmie McGill and .
new were: four.EASTERLY
Dill said the judge liny li
a
times. It's bad enough try I want to be able, as days go Mr. and Mr*. Terry Weed, Mr. children Jimmie and Brendaand really Isn't fair to new residents Mr. and Mrs. liarold lleln- I
ing to find a fox-hole when you by and Mr. David Snelt, Mr*. Bev. Mr. and Mr. James May and and visitors when we fall back of Storter Road have returned -
have an Idea where she might Always to look myself straightin erly Pringle, Misses Karen Oak. con Carl, all of Fort Myers.Mr. to Inform them as to what precautionary to Naples alters months
sneak up on you, without havingwet the eye. ley, Ethel Ranch and Al Varietta. and Mrs Murray Conova, Mr. measures to take. vacation In the North. Mrs.
your finger and! hold It over I don't want to stand, with the W.E. New some, elementary prln. and Mr*. Franklin Driver, Mr. While I'm on the -ubject, Helnback Is secretary of the :
your head to see which side of setting sun, ," ,,'' clpal, was in charge. and Mr*. Max Richardson, Mr. td like to offer a small tribute East Naples Civic Associa- (r ffl,
the fence to hide behind. Found And hate myself for'the things Mrs. Luclle Brantley, former. and Mr*. W.R. McGill,and JoAnn, c4 a very early Miami weatherman tion and she was very much ,
myself saying a few thank yous I've done ly of Naples, Is the new owner of Heath and Ion Terry. 1 was a small fry then, missed while she was away DANCK: STUDIO
the Coffee Cup Cafe having pur. Mr and Mr*. C.E. Jernlgan back In the late twenties, but ,
on I walked In
as with
Thursday I head
want to out
go my chased It from the visited with their
previous own. daughter.Mra.
It watch UNDER THE INSTRUCTION OF
;
Burdlne's Tea Room for lunch. was a thrilling sight to ; \
erect. ers, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shock Ann Bishop In Norfolk, Va., re.
to and hold our weather man, Carson, (I've
wet your finger it I want to deserve all men's ley Mrs. Brantley Is well qual. cently and from there Ann ac "
over your head to see which side respect. tried In the restaurant business companied them to Tabor City, forgotten his first name) as he They Enjoyed ''
of the fence to hide behind. For here In the struggle for having operated the "Alibi", N.C., to visit Mr. Jernlgan' flew over south Florida In his Miss Barbara Easterly
Found myself saying a few thank fame and selfI Trail Terrace, and the Coral father, who was ill. Mr and little single engine plane to gather Fair MonorailFour 'rl'J"
yous on Thursday as I walkedin want to be able to like myself.I Drive In In Naples. Mr*. Brant. Mrs. Jernlgan had only been homea his weather Information.
Burdine's Tea Room for don't want to look at myselfand ley and her husband, E.V., have week when his father passed I've always had eieat admiration Blghtseera from Naple WILL UK-OPEN
lunch. know moved to Immokalee and are away so they returned to North for him. And he did an excellent enjoying recent rides| over the
All the huge plate glass win- That I'm bluster and bluff and living in Joe Smith' Trailer Carolina for the funeral.COMMENCEMENT. job of forecasting. 4,000 foot Monorail nt the New ,t OCTOBER 1
dows were blown out,the lovely empty show Park. Honeymoons are usually York World's Fair were Christine .
The young adult Sunday schoa times to remember. Mr. and C eau Mike o BALLET TAP
tulejlan
drapes and rugs stained, but I never can hide myself fromme mj> ,
Immokalee
class of The Baptist Church
the First Methodist
Mrs. William Schwartz will be Diana Sargent and Andy Ixiren.
as usual had found
everyone Church entertained their families vacation school held commence. TO REGISTER, PHONE MI 2.2805
something to be thankful for I see what others may never and guests with a barbecue at the ment exercise at the church auditorium talking about theirs for a long tson III.

and were smiling just as we did see. home of Mr. and Mrs. Warner Wednesday night.Annette --- -
after Donna. Those are the I know what others may never.. . Moss Saturday night Approximately Burnette opened the program witha
-
things that make us feel pretty know, 70 people attended. Mr. piano solo. Paul Bird, cuperln
confident that the good ole 1 never can fool myself, and W.M. Llttlefleld 1* the teacherof tendent of the school,commended
U.S.A. will come out on top of so, this class. worker In each department,.
J.C. Carver took a crew of Ing and recitation were given by OUT
the whole durn
mess ,wanna Whatever
yet happens I
want to be
bet??? men to Miami Saturday to do a each group, and following the I
Here's a BOW-LINE Self-respecting free conscience cleanup job at the home of Mr*. Benediction, the student's work CLOSING
scoop- Carver' parents after the storm. was observed In the educational
How many of you know there Is building.
a new and very exclusive men's Mr*. Thelma Skipper and child
club right under our noses. ren are home again after pending ALL RECORDS I
Haven't found out too much l&: ({f iiit l! nsNew the summer in Georgia,the Caro.Una .

about It as yet but I understand and come of the northern
they like to be called "The state.
Dacron Boys." If my disguise Salads for Summerby Mill Iris L. Worth was in.
-- - - - - ducted Into at Jackson-

works for you I may next have week.moreInfo' I Gaynor Maddox, FRESH VEGETABLE SALAD vllle she arrived at 9 a.m.the in Navy Bainbridge August 27,,Md.and, LARGE SELECTION OF 33 RPM STEREO & MONAURALREGULAR

always did want to be an explorer Molded gelatin salads containing ((6 Servings) at I p.m. Saturday, August 30.
Also realize this sort fresh or cooked gar. There are 65 girls In her com.
of thing could backfire. If den vegetables poultry, seafood 1 package celery or mixed puny One girl from St. Peters ,
so, It's entirely possible there or cottage cheese are vegetable salad gelatin burg and one from Georgia made .b
may not even be a column the answers to "what shall we I cup boiling water the trip with her. She called her
next week. But then, one hasto serve on these sizzling days?" 2 teaspoons vinegar mother, Mr.Fred Worth$unday
doesn't one? Now on the market are li tray ((7 to 10)) Ice: cubes and reported she was fine and .
try, two new salad gelatins, one 1I. cups raw mixedvegetables enjoying herself but It was mighty c
ALL IN with celery flavor, the other hot up there Iris began her re,. fJj
JEST
with mixed vegetable flavor. 14 cup sliced celery War training August 31. Her ad.
Every once in a while I findIt They simplify making molded 2 teaspoons grated onion dress 1* t Iris L. Worth, 795.73.
helps my morale and usual- salads I and have excellent /i teaspoon salt Zlw. U.s.N. Company 29, RTCW
ly sweet disposition to makea fresh flavor. To our taste, Dissolve gelatin in boil US.NT.C. Bainbrldge, Mary.
few snide remarks about our however they seem a trifle ing water, Add vinegar and land, zip code 21905.
too sweet Therefore we add
ice cubes; stir constantly un
ed a little lemon juice to the til thickened-about 3 minutes Drive Carefully And Lire ,
boiling water used In the I
Remove unmeltedice.
Mrs. BrossartTo any
basic instructions. For
seafood Combine vegetables and s
and poultry salads, we salt, fold into gelatin. Pour '64 COMETS I r
Lead LadiesOf used clear chicken stock In into a 3-cup mold or Individual
place of the water. The fresh molds. Chili until firm.

vegetable gelatin salad goes Unmold on crisp lettuce If WHEN THEY GOTTA '
Big CypressMrs. particularly well with fried desired, serve with mayon $4.98 STEREO -. ONLY $2.49
chicken. naise. CO THEY GOTTA CO!

Jack Brossart was elect REGULAR $5.98 STEREO .... ONLY $2.99
ed chairman of the Big Cypress
The '6 J tomrU "ill b< in
Women' Golf Association at a
breakfast meeting heldyeiterdayby FLY *--* NAPLES rooe no ate jolts clear, REGULAR $6,98 STEREO .... ONLY $3,49
member at the rlubhouse. I he d-rV of the f.* refillscc
She will succeed Mrs. Coleman MIAMI brand new U&I l Cornel
Boyd who presided at the elec.. at 1OIR prler.1 *->eir REGULAR $3.98 MONAURAL ONLY $1.99ALL

lion meeting _arrant? or 21.000 mile
Mr*. Edwin DuBane was elee. New Year Round Daily Schedule .p to 37', month to pay.
SALES FINAL NO REFUNDS
ted vice chairman and Mrs. Ed. NO RETURNSNO
Naples To Miami
ward Bank I II the new *eere.
tary-treasurer. 7.45A.M. 11,30: A.M. 345P.M. .r PHONE ORDERSBIGLEY'S

Following the breakfast and the. Miami To Naples

election meeting, the members 900 A.M. 2:15 PM. 5:00 P.M.
played a blind: bogey tourney and
top honor went to Dot Becker, CeM th>.. .... Rn-rv.tioM to any ,.!.( I.> the wend Inc.
the tourney chairman announc. Collier
County
ed. NAPLES AIRLINES ,

Next week, members will playin N4e Alden. Coacearee 1 Miami Air,.nMl Motors Inc.

an "OSEN" tournament, and 2-2451 NE 44111 Weekdays 9 to V 169 5th Ave. S*,
will also shod for honor in a
"nearest .t '.pin" contest on City Ticket Write N*,.Ut Travel Agency | C.s-. Satvrtl'YI 9 to 6 MI 5SlM.tijt

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I', Another Reason For Active Port AuthorityThe ( eAI Latin of


out here that the commissioners have 7 t'-' vI
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Key West newspaper recently all they can say grace over in administering ., ; :

carried a story which should cause our the affairs of this rapidly developing ? :. PF n Is t

County Commission to again give some county. To expect them to give even \ of

thought to asking Governor Bryant to more of their time to public service wouldbe : .
appoint five live-wire Collier Countiansto asking too much. mass

the Port Authority which was approved It may be true that the act authorizingthe

by a majority of local voters Port Authority does not cover enough t ) frus-into

several years ago. territory, but this would not prevent ti .
In the first six months of 1964, the "sales efforts" on the part of a five- CRIME

news story revealed, seven and a half man Port Authority interested in the eco .

million pounds of shrimp were landedin nomic growth and stability of the area.

Key West end Marathon, with Key Since Port Authority members would not most

West accounting for about six million receive salaries, and would have no call.

pounds. authority to commit the county to debt- f upon
"This represented about $4,000,000to one is hard put to find a good reason ttt

the fishermen and fish houses and is why any harm could come from, if noth -

indicative of the value of this Industry ing else, a "trial run" to see what would .

f Jo Monroe County," the news story said. happen if a carefully selected group of -

Collier County didn't even come closeTo men were appointed.

that figure, despite the fact that localports It Is not difficult to Imagine that a 1

can offer many advantages to fishIng five man "sales force" could be of as- p MIfM con-

fleets. At one time, and In the not sistance In bringing together fishing fleet

foo distant past, Collier County was owners in need of docking facilities with

among the leading producers of seafoodn persons or firms Interested in investing large mi
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the state. money in them. As an official unit of

$ City Councilman Bob Combs, In a government, even though an unpaid one, : ;,.:H# in
iItolRI.r=. .f.'
ecent talk before the Naples Rotary the five men could undoubtedly smooththe -

Club, said this area can again become path for eventual return to Collier , ' .' :",..: are
: "' : : ', : :: '
I popular headquarters for fishing and County of a sizeable portion of the Income <0" <:1,1., "($ .fiB." "<./. ..""t.t"t. ;_,
shrimping. fleets and after over 25 that the area used to derive from

V au In the seafood business one can. the seafood industry The Best of BoyleBY 1

ijot doubt that Combs knows what he As Councilman Combs has pointedout '

Js talking about. Collier County ports can offer fishing HAL BOYLENEW Into

As a matter of fact, Combs suggested fleets many economic advantages.

'*at County Commission should give But it Is reasonable to believe that these YORK (AP) When love with the little girl down the

serious thought to asking the Governorto advantages must be "sold," since the present day woes oppress you street when you finally agreed for
and modern pleasure pall, you to play hopscotch with her In
appoint five men to the Port AuthorityIn ports presently being patronized by the can always get a chuckle out of public. for
order that they might aid In finding fleets will not happily see them depart. living by leaning back and remembering Grownups argued about the
when tariff question, but all their kids
a solution to this area's most serious short. As a matter of fact, they probably will It was the height of devtltrjon worried about was how to get

coming lack of adequate docking facilities. put up a fight to keep them. April Fool's day to call up rid of warts.

We do not mean to Imply that Collier the coo and ask, "Is Mr. Wolf When you tried to play sick ."
,I Combs expressed the opinion that should rob there?" mom simply asked you to stick
County deliberately set out to
You finally learned to tie your out your tongue. If your tongue
suitable dockage here would result In Monroe County of its valuable seafood own shoes and felt that lift wasn't coated, she decided you
the return of a sizeable number of the industry that brought in a whopping could hardly hold a greater via were well enough to go to school

thing fleets that used to headquarter $4,000,000 in the first six months of tory.A.dime would buy you more -The and you worst went.thing about losing a I

waters. With their return would 1964. Many fleets do not make Key licorice than you could chew In front tooth was that It ruined

come quick-freeze and packing facilities. West their home base, and it Is these a day. your whistling. '
One of the last things did
you You went to bed tired and
All of these things would provide prospective "customers" that a live-wire, before going to sleep was to woke up hungry Instead of ) ,
r lew payrolls. civic-minded Port Authority could workon. hide your gum wad In a place the other way around 'Idlng
members where you could find It again It
Most County Commission .
ctopartml"I
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'" and your mother couldn't. Intel.
With whom we have spoken concerning It doesn't take a genius to realize that People would stay up untU 2' pfcopie our

appointment of an active Port Authrityseem with its rapid population increase, Collie after midnight for the thrill of ;J t
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tuning In a new station on thefamily's in the '
favorable to the Idea but somehow and was
County must soon start doing crystal radio set. I' "C
the Initiative for action on the mat. something about providing jobs for several If a kid didn't have a patch on 1' news I

Jpr has been missing. At the present hundred persons. Either that or pre- the right knee of hi* stocking, i'are
knew
you one thing for sure
'Mime! the five county commissioners are pare to continue increasing the budget about him he was no good atpll1nr NEW YORK (AP) Clare Boothe Luce
The" It has been pointed a Republican not.
Port Authority item for welfare each year. marbles. ed for being outspoken, had a
You knew that
your guardian prediction about Robert F, Ken
angel protected you during the nedy, a Democrat, If he wins the
night, but you often pondered the New York state race againstthe
by
V the mystery of where she kept up/

ot.h; e rs Sa Y.. ITEMS CLIPPED FROM OTHER PUBLICATIONS herself You were during too the shy day.to tell your o neth The incumbent B. former Keating.Republican congresswoman, Ken, he he

kindergarten teacher that all playwright and ambassador to (a.
you wanted out of life was to Italy was asked Thursday night .
grow up and marry her. on a television program about
All boys carried knives, but It Kennedy's prospects of follow a
never occurred to them to
use tog his late brother, John F.
the blades on each other.
Kennedy, to the White House
Immediately after smoking some day.
your first cigarette you ran "My reaction is that If he the
Its
Q home and looked In the mirrorto wins this race here In New .
see If you had caught tuber York he's
ROMs culosls. well away to the .
White House," she replied.
A juvenile delinquent was a
lad who jumped on the back of a 'e
Iosrq E 1 1Q street car and jerked the over. NEW YORK (AP) Mrs.
head trolley off the wire. John F. Kennedy and her staff In
The most sophisticated come have taken over a fourroom : or
back to any remark was the office suite at 400 Park Ave. to for I
1 reply, "Soft your old man." handle more than one million aim
Everybody In the neighbor letters she has received since
hood knew you had fallen In the death of her husband pro.
: to,
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L.1 nA s t tr AsE
"It looks to me like this guy 'Albergo' pro-
1 TCM ETO G t
I. must own every hotel' In Italy/ ACROSS MANE CEREALS con.

e..e..eseeeee.see.aeeeee..eeae..ae..e.ee.s.e.eee.e I. Slender 27 Mlsc.lcu D L U N D C R E. D In
Silence"You finial late T C D f3 A Y 0 U to
Pray
for
4 Confronted 28 Spade
ALA V C M O M O U S these
7 Factory digging poll
cant atop progress, and this Is at Heathrow between the hours of 11 11 Siannum holes D C C L A R C D u T E
progress Isn't moo said a publican pm. and 1 '.m. But the commercial 12 Ration 29 Goose egg S I T C S M E E
whose promises are In torn danger of pressure for night flights, the requirement book agency 30 Mountain A T T E S T A M T
being modernized out of existence to to operate Jets Intensively, provedtoo 13, rreih Ma wild goal
B A ri o A R s I llDltlAl
make way for a new International airport strong Night operations were allowed err mussel 32. Nut
at Stsnsted in Essex. His modern but rationed Each year the ration 14 Flredog 33 Sharpereed 0 W E TAI TAR M
form of fatalism well matches the new has been a bit larger This year's 16 Desist 33. Speedy YET EMS E R 0 S
appeal that all political parties ire now dispensation allows for an average of IT t'nreflned 36. Gen.
wearing It only all voters were Imbued twenty-six I night and the Ministry of metals Bradley SOLUTION 0' YlSTUDA Y'S PUZZLE
with such profreulve resignation, how Aviation has said firmly and very is.1'iew 37. Title The
much clearer the politician way would properly, that the total will not be Increased 19, Converg0 Nibble DOWN 7 Housefly In
be. But there remain an uncertain number to satisfy Alitalia. ing 41. Rice paste 1. Cr lung F. genus $52,.
who have not caught: the mood, who It might be supposed that someone 21 Leading 43. Turk, 2. Brooch II "claml' from
are not so quick to recognize progress who already had jets zooming over his lady chamber 3. Instruct lion
when It is thrust at them and are not roof twenty-six times a night would not 22. Corrodes 43. Proofread4 Iulhroolll 9. King of the
so sure they like It when they do. find life much worse If there were another 23. Travel by era mask 5. IInolc Jungle
Pockets of resistance may b. found two or three a night. But that air 44. By poem 10. Easycanter
round Slanted, where there Is a proposal is not altogether the point. The Wilson 24 Mandible 43, Catnip 6. Sunburn U. Shakespearean list
for a major airport and round committee on noise a year ago found < fees
Heathrow, where there is one alrea<*:,. that "the noise to which many people character .
I I J 'fi 4 IS e 1"// r fi r IQ
In the lint case progress Is associated near London Airport are subjected is 'l/ r-// 18. Pigpen
with disruption, the possible demolition more than they can reasonably be expected /I '/ Il >> IJ 19 Retainer -.
of their dwellings, and the forcible to tolerate." / // 410 Boat pro bill
transformation of their familiar environ Any change attributable to official I. 's I. pellet *
ment. In the second case it is associatedwith decisions must be in the direction: of 0 411 Sneaky '*
the Intermittent screech of 'let aircraft less noise, not more The regulations in f l / ca 413. Sit animal
landing and taking off, with fact want reviewing In the light of the :.15. inwaicaung all
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drowned conversation and fractured Wilson report and the Increase in traffic. I lQ / III 'l/J// t//i pepper plant the
sleep. As they stand they presumably sanction II 26 Conquered
There are at Heathrow carefully administered the Increasing nightly din of aircraft '/// II / I"' U I. 28 Conducted .
restrictions: on aircraft noise over central London. 1 ::0 Ie ze 29. l.UIIO .
They include take-off procedures: which The Inevitability of every technological 0 31. Cap .
put a measurable limit on the amountof stride that Is taken is paraded nowadays 0 7./ []I JI 01J.! 32.'e''lhftl: was
noise, monitoring, and restrictions quite as much as Its supposed 3J. Fireplace .
on ground running. But the force of benefits. It 1s a dangerous doctrine, JJ 'f / 115 / side Ihelvtl Ken.
these restrictions Is In turn restricted: by causing men to lose control over the J.// A ,.. :Neglect .
the ambition to run Heathrow u an conditions of their own lives; for it disinclines ry 35. NolorletyId :: =
efficient international airport them to reject or modify those
41 r 1.1 3 T Explosive '
that
Night operations, the occasion: of the possible changes which do more to damage 0 / device 1 : :
.. the
a cue: than to enhance the environmentHigh
present friction with Alitalia are U 0 4. et 38. LyriC
in, point Before n80 no scheduled optfratloni on the list of the deleterious factors f0 39. Dolt a
by jet aircraft were permitted ls nou..-Th. Times (London) Pane lime 24 mli' .' ..-..-..... the l
wo-kers. Nov presidential election.i .

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Storage Units Solve






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iIjf. I'' Li: :It of proper storage facilities Is a common problem In this era of expanding families I

rl Ircwlnllelsure time Happily Its easily possible to correct this situation and gain in- II I

r'' ""t'd Morage space within the walls of jour present home Built-hta can be designed to yielderr

, and more flexible facilities for storage than most furniture occupying. same area

u f'-':, next family round-table might be a good time to discuss and assess Individual and col-

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A v,, ll i.planned built-in not only solves storage and space problems, but can be a source of

\ 'tilt:
ide some of these basic components shelves, cabinets, drapers and doors Because every- i

ic itonge needs are different it is necessary first to plan the amount of space that is I

scalable for built-Ins, then adapt the dimensions of these components to your own storage t

unit Any one of the Western Pine region woods would make an excellent choice as the

tr,ruction materials If yours Is an artistic family you measure carefully, cut and
a Solid lumber. If it Is simply
a built-in unit such as this assemble precisely
Gained and waxed will not
: would house ceramic supplies, A wide variety of hinges may
show
of
signs wear chipped paints and brushes, a drop. be used from those that are
paint finger marks and
or down table If the family Is completely concealed to those
requires only dusting and an
occasional musically Inclined, the stereoor that are completely visible
wiping hl-fl equipment with space Which you choose Is a matter
!Sticking U Easy
for records and could of personal Concealed
tapes be preference
One of the simplest forms of F
THE NICIIT SHIFT IS TO A trundle bJ unit ihm work. > mrrlimr in providing not ,,..Iy! sleep storage is shelving, You may Included or semi-concealed

I pare for two but aluo storage area, thriven, mil a drop Imf ill.>.k. Bed irumlUn out of tight .o want to add shelves in an existing Divided or partitioned draw. hinges do not mar the appearance -

dad ran function during the day. ll't built of Wrdrrn pine rrcinn weal.HANDCENTERYMAN |. closet to give you additional ers In built-Ins assure that of the door but require
- your stored articles readily more care In fitting ,
-- storage build them to are \ t,
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"' .- :- store and display your booksIn available easily seen and IUr.'I'. Diioruiix-. ; MIRE: 61,111! IH: taill..... t>0\ 'I'I OUItlOOk I I 1"'H.I"II.i.|

or sorted to suit your convenience On the other hand exposed .cd .1...,.I. l I. It i.f In .III' lain
a living room or den o < 1'IIII.rUr"il. m.' ir. for
; -t I _-::' build them in a cabinet you are A method of assuring hinges can be very decorativeand Into .lunge arm fur ....I."r,M... ruinIIT; ,. : ;Ilin. : Diiiiglu: : IIFeuplsanh

...,.... .'. about to construct. tight yet easily removable partitions can add to the appearanceof ..... t lullbrdhne' linr ulUwild with '!"'". I 1.,10 linliliMirc

::: == Af All cabinets have two thingsin Is to glue small guide the door. Properly attached niolli. .rrprll.in' iiriiniiilir rnl iro huh into tinlrixiiM'
iii __' common: a frame and some strips to the sides of the draw any hinge does a good Job and .....1..1'. .....II.It .
d. sort of enclosing material or ers These are made by notching helps set the built .In style, be

f tiding To this you may add a one-half inch groove Intoa It modern traditional or early

drawers doors racks and piece of one-Inch half-round American

LADDER SAFETY "M shelves to suit needs. moulding. It your house has no floor I D

You'll have much mine pine| '.- For a more elaborate unit, lee .:liiiil, SIKH'. space that can be spared for

lit mind when working from L you can build a complete storage To further Increase the effectiveness built.Ins, better use of existing

ladders each you'll take to check a few minutes wall either attached to the of your storage closet space may be the a uswer I

ladders and year make sure they your are bffl1id wall or left free-standing Or units', utilize empty spaces for Orderly storage cabinets ,

In safe condition ::I .: r '... design a wall to serve as a racks and partitions These are and closet built-Ins can double
'c 1 center for family interests relatively simple to make It or triple holding capaclly
It M suiprlHlng how' many 1'1'0'pie : ,
GARDEN
risk their live on step and ._- HOME & J JI

extension carpenters ladders which and paintemwouldn experienced ( : ==- : -- J "iJ'H --- It

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t gn near You should
; M> v B H VMM>w iM mi n a
make a periodic check of your

ladder tttep 01 rung and thu I I ;OLLIE COUNTY NEWS, N.pl.i FU f.. ,.day S.p "t, 4. 164 $
supporting frame to <'at<'h any
dangerous deterioration before ., := : = Y
a. :
It I 1M too late 4i if.r

An an added precaution with =- New York 'World's FairHomemakers '
tepn and rungs, before they i :: -
have had time to become loose .

or weak. It IN frequently advisable *
to reinforce the ladder with r- Treat !

wood or metal. Thin ran be done +
,
with wood by nailing a nuppoit z e
board to the Inside of the ladder Like lo look at modern C ,
r-er-5)r
frame after edging the -. ,- designed and 'illrqui|>|>( ?, la
board between two lungs or HFIIIM CI.O-EU! HOOKS lln-re" a place l for everything, Including cticnn

HtepM Or you can use flat .I.tK'k hi.fi wl and record. In linn hand onir storage wall..bookm-r. unit If you do and you plan
.steel In the cane of a lunged of ponderosa pine. i the World .Fair you won't

ladder nailing the Kiwi to the to mlns a number of 1

.. vI J1 exhibits that fralure the
'_ auou., ON THEHOl&E
) -- I today's tomorrow kitchens and

G/ H v The House of Good

DlTAIL or S I I example. ha* three ,

IaAC[ homes on ditplay. each ill 1

wtawooo oilMTAl gy ANDY lANG T :- L. In a different style l hy
AP Newsfeatures r UORC [r tlonslly famous srchilectv

By the time a home workshop enthusiast gets aroundto L AOINIRC V kitchen U equipped with

buying a drill press he has had considerable experience s11CfN w ataelER tltude of work,saving '
.
,with. a portable elecrtic drill, This stands him d' J2' a 12' 12rs11'6"o o frpAOC, Including an electric
" '' A #II .n, frig*'rator f reefer and
ill"gbotf'ttead fn the 'operattoq\ ,. of ih' .lalionary. powertook ." ra.a, "nou eats dlshwaalaer. . '

Many of the basic rules governing, ihe use of the Formica WoiMi! lair i6r o 1t

drill preen are the same aa thoae of cxiillnt TRflli
wall [ [ f..atur..lhp use : ' ra k'
which must be followed in should be operated without excessive .
building mulerlals. and I
ern fclah In
arts In the rrnlPr
handling the portable drill. pressure For drillingat ( IVINO' ROOM o
I vUltors to special/ : hll Oriental kitchen one iff
when the material can be an angle the table tilts to the TWO 22'rl
CARS U'C sound fTictn\ doers I hat
World Mil'hen* In the l ruU
side frame and bending the! ends brought to the machine nothing proper degree and then ia locked: 8rPROO,, 8110(11'4J and close mysteriously. :: llulldinit al Ihe New lark
of the metal so they fit the run equals the drill press for precision In place This enables several : C 2 dress that waltzes ltunl'q '

tour of the lungx drilling In addition the holes to he drilled at exactly the 1 's1Da la'atr" j room-minus the usual Fslt fl|
drill preia has a aurpriaingveraatilitybcmg same anle.t.lelalalway.. C '
A reader recently wrote tin The kitchen In the .\ <<
capable of such ,' 1 I' a ( alli'ry of
about the value!' of painting should be clamped House Is designed l for r >
laddeis to protect the WINK mid other operations aa mortising. to the table to keep it from spin }:? PORC ;- -.= :=a-= lence encl Is highlighted| : l :In_'a variety: of; + Kilrhl
five longer life Spri'InllxU at routing, shaping, planing, sanding nmg You may get by a thousand N415GC ultra mixlrrn I
the Thor Center foi Better WrIng grinding, sawing and polish. times by holding a piece* of metal ; electric: hljtoun: range.f I )(' rwlved of I ('
do not advise painting be- ing. New attachment fur thia in your hand while drilling but . side by'side ov..nl. a n rlgi ReRincy Kllchrn which

aline It roveia difecta and inn machine are constantly being one false move and the metal I :. .;' freezer and built In ' .. a ileciclril air of ale

prevent delettlon of any signs introduced, enabling It to be will spin rapidly, almost inevitably . washer, with down' ,to earth work.
of cracking, For a safe pmticthe '- Another attractive
used on virtually any type of causing an accident. features It* major sppli

finish on your ladder they material in contrast to Us originaljob Clamp the metal all\ the time and ... , .. found In the Underground\ are elpctrlcI'UMIM.
suggest a dear xtonlxh or woodprescnative 1 IHMMHlt HIP ROOF nub 10'.1. "Mf/iin/ 01"/1",1, (Ili tr fj.1 //Ar..r. "", ,,,,,1 located In the !
of drilling holes in metal you take no chances ADIMI, TA ,bijtmmn soil balli IJrram ,h .
MO the wood will i p/u *iu err luiiin it "HH IK ill null ii'''' house
You can get drill presses in "h,/,' llnitiatr ,. ..,, lion This unique MIIV.H
be visible. kitchen i. al lAi' unlir if ll h HIM 7/n/ icing r m minnifi, f."'u bon., ,nI..Sliding ,
floor und bench models. The / .. ,, .... , ally built under (he .n painting crlllngN, pro-
gluvv / ul/A MI/I /11I101 II. I
Thor Tip Use your p war Keep Kill'hen Stonifie / / arrv open < 1'1'' n 'it / '.tif, I'linllHtl I Inn has full slze tastefully
sander to quickly smooth floor model is complete in the I. 18," "Juan, f./, ,|I/I'AII..rt', I.G, r L"h.' ,', H... ?" 'II'. IH IIMf., v \ u 1 ?>/ \ 1 I /MM'Here's , modi' overtired fixtures! from
I'hlp.II' slixets un the IRIiI any It'iImmediate sense that it can be placed anywhere Jlmltl>' to \Work\ Areas electric rooms, Including kitchen a by lnoHinlng houHlng
in the workshop and put which fltx nrxt to
attention will (ptrvent Storage Is always a primary
Immediately to work. The bench The Dorothy Draper ,. and letting this drop
and fin' "
personal Injury thrr consideration In kitchen planning other solution is to Install metal
damage to the!' ladileilAJJrttt '. model suitable for the average Arrange cabinets and vents along the (pop <.f the en Home Is )located on I the as poMlblr Wrap lOn-
home shop, must be attached to a floor of (he Heller Ivinif i fixture In sheet plastic
htnjymtn problem la cupboards so that things are tenor wells, shout one every
bench or stand The size rating This unusual house ,
The Center far Btllrr I..illll.; of various
reach
within easy !15 to 29( inches
Aaron, llt.no.t of a press is indicated in inches work counter areas a .a }llUliftrlc kitchin "" \ kept In the speciali
12 inches IS mines. 18 the Answer lighting and the lavish I ,, conditioner\ of a new elec:
Small appliances can be out You tan get Andy I I.ng'sdetailed
mines and ao on. That means the vivid' colors In matt'rial' n'fnrratnrfreeret stays at
machine will work to the center on counter tops If you use booklet 'i'amtirg y?"jfII Also found In the Hi'\tti.., I I ,dim uftneis,
Put a 'Ceiling'On of a 12-inch circle, a I .inch them often but If the uncluttered By ANDY LANG in the bathroom and laundry (louse. Inside and Out" bund-

circle or whatever the rating is. look Is preferred or more AP Ntwtfeoturtt .three key points where moisture ire 25 tents and a I long. stamp. 1

Old CracksCracked The depth of hole that can be working area is needed, plan Is created Another la lo use a self.uddieasedenvelope l<,, KmwII
bored in one stroke on most home space for them In a cupboard QUESTION:I: I bought a dehumidifier, some of which "iw, P.O. Don 954, Jar ,(in .i TROPIGAS SALUTES

peeling bath- machines is shout four inches close to the place where you house four years ago and operate chemically some electrically IU1I) :

room ceilings are an eyesoreto Crester depths are possible bv use them most % have already painted the but all with the purpose NOISE LITTER UNPOPULAR
but -
especially
any homeowner using longer bits and either outside three times because of removing many gallons of
WASHINGTON: CAP) In
has pull
who a
to one PARADE r
raising the table or lowering the BOTTLE of and water from the air each day. Sinceit
remodeling a constant blistering inducted by Ihe t.S: Travel,
completed
recently a
machine head. "NEW" tORKAP-The) average I is reasonably certain that,
Job Heat and peeling condition. I followedsome Service. overseas visitors, to the
from the tub- Most presses are made so that American; family each year uses advice last lime and put on even if your walls are insulated touted' States listed the n"i-i. These an Some of the more than forty dedicated
moisture this several speeds can be utilised the contents of about I.480 a primer coat before the final the Insulation dies not have a and Intel of Airier" nan titles when employee uf' TrojuKai who proviilr round) the rlixk,

shower area condition.cause aggravating Ilia a fundamental of drilling bottles and jars, reports the cost but it didn't help. Can you vapor' barrier, you can create a asked what they disliked inosl IM'rMinalidfl 1 |sea| srrvin, in fort Myrrs. Naples, and
operations that slower speeds atereqult.d Class Container Manufacturers type of vapor barrier on the inSide Punta Corda
homeowners tell! me what .is causing this"7ANSER ,""ullh, United Status Secretary
Many are for difficult drilling walls TWII cons of enamelor
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pitch.catcher Baltimore Charlie!!! Lau Oriole Isn'ttoo The 3 5-y like ear-old that In Houston five jears right. 1lt fr Ass Tin-"i uted Kansas Press City Sports Chiefs Writer, who . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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'" matter. Thursday night as he r fimes last year, may have had I i 6 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS. N.pl'". Fl... rtidoy. September 4. 1964
11 vtrung out the the
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5)4 allSl'er sitting on the end or-
Connie Mack Stadium .
score tl:, ben'" h all the time.
board, checking the National
League leading Philadelphia riurleWarner m Prairie View a runner With Lions
Phillies 6.0 on four hits lor his AtM, upent Karras Back
mInt t ot his rookie season watch ,
first shutout since May 30, 1959.
i the Chiefs
dissipate the
Larsen, who pitched a perfect
Amen<< in Foothill
game for the New York Yank. League
ee.s In the 1956 World Series had mi 'unship the)' had! won air Rougher Tougher Than Ever
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pitched a shutout In 35 starts ,
since leaving the Yankees five
But against the Houston Oil BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich. Jim Gibbons Is the tight end

tour years of ago the and majors beginning that took a short him -:: , Thursda\ night, lie scored (AP) Alex Karras is back tacked by Hugh Mclnnls
to Kansas I ti,''u'' lufcmn on a 97.\ant rougher and tougher than ever, Tom Watkins Is the top run.
City and
Chicago San
Franclso. ki tilt return ran bal k a punt to make Detroit's defensive nine back with help from Dan

T1 Acquired by the Colts early In 80 1 ,irds setting up a field goali 1 group a threat to all In the Lewis Larry Ferguson and
the season Larsen has been i I helped the Chleis whack the Western Conference of the National Nick Ryder back up Pletron.

used primarily In relief but has rT : 0111" '> J7.17 for their fourth ex.hilltloi Football League.If suite at fullback plus Pat Bat.
made five starts in the last five Melon! in fine starts. George Wilson can find ten, a good.looklng rookie from
weeks, breaking even In four Then* ire no games scheduled enough offense from the passing! Hardin Simmons.

decisions while cuttlnz together 1. ,_-,_ ___ ___ '. iiI ti('nieht but both the AmerIcan! of Milt Plum and Earl Won't'
an eye-opening 1.S8 earned run and :National Leagues move liJ the catching of Gall Cogdlll,
PAUSE AND REFRESH-It's the last time over the water baik Into action Saturdax. Terry Barr and Pat Studstill, Set Qualifying

average.Despite the loss, the Phillies hazard for British steeplechaser Maurice llerriott who cant In the AFL, wlnless Boston the Lions could challenge Chicago .
maintained their n'/a-eime quite keep from letting his feet drag in the cool pond. Who visits Denver Buffalo and New and Green Bay Play For NextInterClub

bulge In the pennant race with can blame him after 3.000 meters? York meet at Wllkes. .&I'l'e. Pa., "Barring Injuries, we'U be up

6 World Records Fall In 30 games to go as Lew Burdette and Oakland It at San Diego. somewhere close," said Wilson Golf

I of the Chicago Cubs shut outsecond.plsce S turday'. NFL schedule Is at the Lions' training camp at Big Cypress golfers planning
FSU Ends Double
Cincinnati 3.0 on headed In the annual double. Cranbrook School.
ti> participate as tealllmemhel'SIn
header at Cleveland with the "Karras is in tip top shape.He .
four hits.
if SEC Practices Today Browns 1 II to make better the next' match In the South
Olympic Swimming Tryouts San Francisco's Gaylord Per. hosting Green Bay and going a
ry pitched a five-hitter In the T\LLAH\SSEE (AP) Two. N \V'ork pUln Detroit. Un. football player out of Roger west Florida Inter-club Golf
Giants' 3.1 victory over the New n.day practl-ei end toda\ foi beiten Minnesota meets Philadelphia Brown and the other. Alex has a League will he asked 10 liooi,
NEW YORK (AP) "The,i name against the world. York Met and Wade Blasln. the Florida State football team ., at Hershev Pa., Dallas knack of keeping the team loose a qualifying round, Cluh I lie

greatest swimming team evei I." 400.meter Individual medley game allowed! only seven hits as RoundupBy but a tough scrimmage Is on and Chicago are at New Orleans with his needling." Phil Darhyshire announced !.I-
That was the tribute I,il'l to Dick Roth, 10, Atherton Cal. Milwaukee belted St. Louis 70. tap for Saturday. St. Louis plays Washing. Karras found his suspensionfor day.The I
the teen.age dominant \mc'n If, has the fastest time ever, Pittsburgh and the Los Angeles Rounding out the second weekof ton at Norfolk, Va., and San belting on games "a; very next Inter-club match I
can swimming team h\ firnH I 4.48.0 Dodgers were not scheduled. fall practice, coach Bill Peterson Francisco Is at Los Angeles In long year." lie Is anxious to will be played at the PeachLluhon I
Bob Klphuth today following Irecord.lmashlng I 200-meter butterfly Aus. Baltimore built Its American TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS said the team was having other games.Sunday's make up for lost time. Saturday, September 1'J. I
Jamboree In i trall '1 Kevin Berry has the League lead to a full game over Mississippi State roaches to work out on so many playsin only action Is the The loss of Karras fines to In
the InnouitNi
the six day Olympic swimming;: world record of 206.9 but Fred the Idle Chicago White Sox by waited for the results of x-rays preparation for the Sept. 19 annual Hall of Fame game at other Lion players and the Detroit announcing: :
trials that ended Tpursd.r. Schml< 20, North Brook 111., defeating Minnesota 4.1 while today to see how serious was game with Miami that he could Canton, Ohio with Baltlmoie front office left the team in for Wg Cypress players, Dai-
Six world records weie hit 2:08 and Carl Roble, 19, Drexel the Los Angeles Angels droppedthe the sprained ankle suffered by not tell how It was rounding: |>la>'lng Pittsburgh.Tony a rather demorali/ed state of byshire said: '\\e are anxious I

tered and one tied In the stiff HIM, Pa., 208.2 are contenders. third-place New York Yank. the Bulldogs' No. 1 quarterback, out. ---- shock last year. Then the Injury to hold our second place team :
competition for berths on the i The Americans hold the relay ees four games back, 4.2. Bos Don Edwards. Injuries have been few and ---- Jinx struck position In the league race." '

U.S. team. This followed a world records In the 400-meter ton whipped Kansas City 7.5 In Trainer W. .1- Lurhslnrar said relatively minor. The team hal Lema Beats "At one time we had 20 out of Players may shoot the qualifying I
record-busting National AAU i freestyle, 400.meter medley, the only other game scheduled. the sprain -.ustaln dir; u: looked good on practl ally all 38 players injured" said Wil. round at Pig Cypressany

championship meet a month i and 800-meter freestyle, and tine conditioning drill, was not phases of the game. Palmer 8 StrokesIn son. rime between Saturday,
could break them all too serious but coaches were Peterson has put the team Injuries already have struck: September 5 and
ago."This Tuesday,September -
team Is great because waiting for the x.ray report to through both morning and afternoon Charity Match this season. Dick (Night Train) B, he said, but he isk-
of Its strength and depth In al. WOMEN100.meter White Sox Look make sure. workouts nearly every day Lane, veteran all-league dpfen.
ed that
most every event," said K!. freestyle Aus. The 170 pound senior who but after Saturday's scrimmage QUINCY, Mass. (AP) Tony live cornerback underwent surgery players "declare" ai
phuth, former Olympic ioach tralla's Dawn Fraser holder of coach Paul Davis said I has behind locked gates the sessions Lema fired a nlne.under.par 63 In mid.August (or removalof the pro shop when starting/: the
who has been watc'hlng the the world. record of 58.9 has to For Scalps Of "been I looking I exceptionallygood will be limited to late I Thursday defeating Arnold Pal. cartilage from an Injured qualifying round.
Olympics since 1920. be favored but 15-year-old Shar In our early work this afternoons. mer by eight strokes In an exhl.bltion knee. lie Is supposed to be back Net scores will he hoed 10

On the basis of performances on Stonier, Glendora, Calif., Indians Tonight fall" will likely be sidelined for match for the Cardinal In six weeks.In qualify players, and the round
this year the American men has 1:00.4 and expects to break several days of the preparation I Cushing Charity Fund of Bos. his absence Wilson has \\i 10 be shot playing in .11 le.ISIt'thl''csol11e

could win eight of the 10 swim the minute mark soundly by CHICAGO (AP) The Chlca. for the season's opener with I Tate Keeps All Of ton. ., been using Bobby Thompson, Darbyshlie said.
events and possibly sweep the Olympic time, Oct. 10.24. go White Sox have strong blood Texas Tech.In returning after two years in Canada nag Cypress I Ira Dai byshire
boards. The girls who range In 400.meter freestyleMarilyn ties with the war.whooplng the meantime, Davis plan.. 0-Man Squad Busy Yale Lary, 33, Gary said the league leading leJIlI.

age from 14 to 19, could capture Kamenofsky, Phoenix, Just Cleveland Indians but hope to to fill In with Ashby Cook and 1 MIAMI (AP)-Miami football Lcwu, JO, und Dick: Le Beau, 27, Cape| Coral uses a qualifying
five of the eight and possibly! turned 18, Is far away the best let a large quantity of Tribe Jim McBride In the closed-door i ui h Charlie Tate has a 50 round out the rest of a veteran procedure over 7J holes at
two more. with her record.shatterlng blood In the Sox pennant cause practice sessions m"HI squad and he keeps every deep defense. the
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Here's a rundown on the 4.39.5. this weekend. The al. After a picture making ses. Karras teams with 6-foot.S-. qualifying
Indians nun busy during practice.
Olympic eventst 100-meter backstroke though fifth, have won 11 of .Ion. Auburn's Tigers drilled be. Thursday, for example, he 300.>ound Roger Brown at tac. rounds before( matches,
Christine Caron of France has a their last 12 games.As hind closed! doors. Coach Ralph rat simultaneous offensive and kle. Darrls McCord, coming "which appears to be one reason

MEN pending world record of 1:08.6. the Indians appear tonightto Jordan said he has moved John do> ,islve scrimmages, meaning back after a series of Injuries that team proves a consistent
100-meter freestyle Mike She could be beaten by Donna start a four.game visit, Sox McAfee to guard and will makea 41 men were In action. and Sam Williams are the ends winner i ," \
Austin of Rochester, N.Y. has deVarona, 17, Santa Clara, Cal. Manager Al Lopez, who directed wingback out of Gerald Gross i* Five of the six others were with he veteran Dill Uulnlan in
the, fastest time In the world: II thisyear to strengthen the two reserve The Iinl'backlnllrlo of
if., holder of the listed world I the Indians to a 1954 American posltloW. ;:*s ent in and out on alternating:
53.7 and Gal Y IIman record of 1:08.9 or by Cathy League pennant, will have as an which worry him most. '*.'* assignments. The 50th man Is ay THe .OClnlO 'IIEII Ernie Clark, Jot Schmidt and '\rmhjsH I I let I h',rn11 b.uk I 6.isuihuIi '

San Jose, Calif., (53.8) and Don Ferguson, 16, Burbank Calif., added coachtng starter. Minnie At Tuscaloosa, <' 0 a c h Paul Chuck Novosel the punting spe. American LeagueW Wayne Walker Is intact. Carl I f. this t.oIl. i

Schollander Lake Oswego who did 1:08.9 In the trials. Mlnoso once a steady commut. Bryant said he found something clallst who I keeps busy either by U Pet G.B. Brettschnelder Is coming! back _=::
Ore., (53.9). Any of the three lOOmeter butterfly 1101.land's er between the Indians and during the Alabama practice 1 1 himself or In punting pressure Baltimore 81 53 .604 slowly after a leg Injui.
could break the world record of Ada Kok holds world White Sox. that greatly pleased him. "good I 1 drills. Chicago 81 55 .596 1 The defense Is the real'solid 1.11)
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53.6. record of I 1:00.1 and best pend. The 41.year.old) Mlnoso was l leadership" However Bryant Sophomore Bob Bllletnlkoff New York 76 56 .576 4 base of the Lions The passing

400.meter freestyle Sc'hollander Ing mark of 1:05.1. Again fast named a fifth Sox coach Thurs. declined to specify the leaders.He .1 and Junior Rick Swan took turns Detroit 71 66 .518 ll'/i game depends un he accuracy FUN ATBROOKSIDE
has the fastest time ever, rising Miss Stouder, with a day as General Manager Ed did single out two sophomores at offensive quarterback. Los Angeles 70 69 .504 13'/a' of Plum and Morrall and the
4:12.7 up for recognition lie's 1:05.4 best, Is a potent threat. Short failed to Induce Commls. guard Jimmy Fuller and Cleveland 67 67 .500 14 physiclal condition of Nick PI. !
only 18.1SO0.meter. 200.meter breaststroke sloner Ford Frlck to lift his halfback Wayne Trimble for etrosante, the veteran fullback.
freestyle Roy Russia's 15.year.old Gallna Pro. Wednesday veto of the purchaseof praise after the practice. Minnesota 67 68 .496 14'/j' Cogdill, Barr and Studstill fp,
Saarl 19, El Segundo, Calif., tumenhhc'hlkova Is the stlckout the veteran Cuban outfielder Vanderbilt coach Jack Green I Florida Recruits Boston 61 75 .449 21 another man coming back after
broke the 17 minute barrier to with a pending world record of from the Sox Indianapolis farm had good words for Junior tack Shaping Graves Washington 53 83 .390 29 surgery are fine receivers
16:58.7 and thinks he may go 2:43.4. Claudia Kolb, 14, of San club Tuesday. le Steve Smith and sophomore; Up Kansas City 50 85 .370 3I'/j' "4'7'

16:50: b) Olympic' swim time. ta Clara, might make the finals Frlck said he thought the guard Mike Dawson following alight I GAINESVILLE (AP) Florl. Thursday's Results 1IL ..
200-meter breaststroke at best. White Sox violated the spirit of l contact drill. He said I da's sophomore football recruitsare Baltimore 4, Minnesota 1 Ralston Twists ; )
Chet! Jastremskl, 23, Toledo, 400.meter Individual medley a rule, which he admitted was Smith "sure has come back fast; shaping up well, coach Ray Los Angles 4, New York 2 ..' ,>".... ;;
Ohio, ame out of retirement Donna deVarona all by herself faulty, In releasing Mlnoso July this t fall," and Dawson "Im. Graves says.Sophomore. Boston 7, Kansas City 5 Ankle Again On t/;
and lowered the world mark to with a fresh >resse me more and Only games scheduled (
world record of 17 and then buying him back more each Billy Carr will replace "
2.28.2. 5.14.9. from Indianapolis. l ay. Injured center Gary diet Today's Games Tennis Court :J.

200-meter ba kstroke Tom Untie Sam has the talent to Mlnoso broke In with the In. To Georgia coach Vlnce Duo against Southern Met h 0 dist New York at Kansas City N FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) -.(
Stock of Aurora, 111., who holds sweep the 400 meter freestyle dlans In 1951. The same seasonhe I ley, the day's practice was dls. Sept. 19, Graves said Thursday Detroit at Washington, N The btg question surrounding, f
the world record of 210.9 Is and medley relays in world went to the White Sox and I appointing "We didn't look Cliet was sidelined with torn Cleveland at Chicago, N America's hopes of keeping the
through but 19.vear-oH
Dllley, Huntington, Ind., The men and women divers Chicago before the Sox traded t though he expressed satlsfac- Wally Colson, sophomore tack. Boston at Minnesota, N answered! today when, Donnij Hide II.l iw I thiN wrtk a a*
(2:12.0)) Jed Graef 21, Verona wind up the water show with the him back to the tribe. tlon with the progress of three le, and sophomores Don Barrett, Saturday's Games Ralston tested his twisted ankle the 701 Htrien that I'aul
NJ., (2:12.8) and 19CO Olympian 3-meter springboard finals to. The Sox got Minnie back from young tackles Ken Plllsbury end from Vero Beach and Steve Baltimore at Los Angeles,N on the renter nurt at the West C'rirk..nllt'r.er rolled
Bob Bennett, 20, Enclno Calif., day and the platform finals Sun. Cleveland In I960 and! he played Vance Evans and George Pat. Heiet linebacker from Albany, New York at Kansas City, twl. Side Tennis Club Mc'sdsy niuhl on
in the (
(2:12.8) must be given an even day. two seasons before the cluh ton, Ga., looked good In practice, :light The onetime problem hoyfrom om.
swapped him to the St. LouisCardinals Kentui>' worked on passing Graves said. Boston at Minnesota Bakersfield 'Call)., [layed, ml'rclall..rup. Congratulation .
o FORD FORD FORD FORD 'nx In 19G2. In what coach Charlie Brad. Cleveland at Chicago Terry Ryan of South Afrl" 0 The Sox now trail the pace shaw tailed a. good session.without ends Jim Saxon and Detroit at Washington the first round 01 the National bowling and $incidentally
setting Baltimore Orioles by a "Our pass protection has grea' Dave Fletcher tackle Mwk Tennis Championships. ix I the first 700 lerlenrcilltd
C full game In the American ly improved" he said, "and I Brabham and halfbacks Call National LeagueW Ralston, who with Chunk MfKinlej at KrooUide Dow I.I I.
oo League race. we're giving the quarterbacks; Crowder and Mai Ziegler, all L. Pet. G.B. captured the hip silver 'ur all of those pcn.onnwho
5 The White Sox hope to do more time to throw the ball. out with minor Injuries. phlla. 80 52 .600 -' trophy from the Australian- last hate rolled against
some important| fattening up on Coach Doug Dicker of Tennessee Coach Ray Graves of Floi'Idaannounced Cincinnati 75 58 .564 !/j year In Adl'l.&lrlp. Australia, is'ouiteul the 3
pound "LOfJS";
1 Fran. 73: 60 .556 C'i at
San
Cleveland against whom moved two players to that sophomore Billy on to help defend the
0I'. 0 hold an 8.3 record with seven they new positions and promoted an. Carr will replace Injured, center St. Louis 73 60 ,549 7'/i Cup against the same Aussles lirookmde in the past few
C meetings left other. lie moved Lee ?Mace Gary diet when the Gators Pittsburgh 67 65 ,508 13 Sept, 2 ..zi |In Cleveland.The month, a special roll-off
from fullback to wlngback and open with Southern Methodist. Milwaukee 67 66 .504 13'/a championships swung ban (liven arranged to dispense .

Naples mghSchool,which began John Paty from wingback to "We're making progress and Los Angeles 64 67 .489 15'/i Into full a- thin here today with with the more than
o football: In 1952 has an tallb I'k. In addition, Terry the squad Is showing definite Chicago 61 72 .459 191 Ml 32 matches In the men's division. tlOO prize fund that has
"II 1 overall record 55-56-7golng Bird, a 100 pound sophomore, signs of Improvement,' Graves Houston 58 77 .430 23 Vj accumulated
0 was moved to said In New York 45 88 .338 33>/aThursday's
e Into the 1964 season. first string defen.she contrast to his expres. Four squads have been
(1 ta o.captaln Carl disap: ointment earlier
C net up ai follow: Situ,'.
Ellis re IllIterates from a stom.ai this week. San Francisco 3. New York 1 Casper FavoredIn
THE n disorder. Mississippi) took thin dar' off Houston 6, Philadelphia 0N da) at 300: .I'.M. and II.ftft
Chljago 3 Cincinnati 0 N Dallas Open I'.M. Sunday at 3:10:
o Tulane stressed > mali, in while oa lies aid some >t.i';ers : I'.M.
St "IIf 1 i inetaratu, for Its '\' ier '>..ithlatloi were atterdliy,,! the tn eial t Milwaukee 7, St. Louis 0 and Mondsy at 2 00 1'\..
Biq. :.u t-amplon Texas. The halfback Richard Ellzey, who Only games scheduled DtLLVS (AP2 Dllh Cas. The prize money ha* been
Back. ToSchoolSafety GreenV.iv. also reviewe": de. ,ollapsed and died owing a Today's Games per Mason Rudolph, sail Juan divided into$ 12 plarn and
Los Angelest at New York 2 (Chi Chi) Rodriguez were most
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si re issignments and ting pra-tlce sessu.: TuesdajAdmiijion I all bonier who bowled
twl-night prominent today as a field of ISO
I San Francisco at Philadelphia moved out In the 840,000 Dallas alain 1 the log should
N Open Golf Tournament. call or tome to Brooklde

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0 Inspection g'Ve go 1"AND sTocK CAR RACES)) money winner is the biggest of their
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Saturday's Games mer, Jack Mrklaus, Tony prize money A list of
Los Angeles at New York, N Lema, Gary Player and Ken those
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iI I 8 COLLIER COUNTY NEWS N.pl.i, Fl., Frld.y, S.pt.mkM. 4, 19b4I'

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I'" Expect Nikita At Bonn o 'k a Totaled $10,3 Billion In 1963


BT SAM DAWSONAP 1962, the last year for which In. of them disabling. Ten year
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NfWORK; (AP) Amerl. The National Safety Council Injuries.
m cans start their last long week records 43,600 deaths In 1963up Projection of the accident rate :
r I MOSCOW (AP) fun> i HIT hi!*. France, In order to get s"",, ut t ( "I end of the summer this evening 7 per cent from 1962, and com. by the Kemper Insurance group j
forthcoming trip to \\",! Goi" orders for expensive therm I U with the sear already apparent. pared with 37,935! deaths report for the years of 1963 through ;
many Premier 1011'1'1'i i, Do Is factories, Is reportedly rpi'u! to 1aded i for disaster records ed b\\ the U.S Bureau of CensusIn 1972 estimates 220 million cars I
expected to make *ti: r i PII'"i i es grant the Soviets long term. .( ; L" I'',e lit ')hwaM, 1933. will be Involved In 130 million
on two fronts. credits, iiI1 Pie toll 11 lives, Injuries, and Injuries last year are put at 3,. accidents, for a toll of 425,000
The first Ispolltli: ii ,II IIi twouH, The Western Allies have i,,..ncars. But 460,000 b) the Travelers Insur. deaths, 37,500,000 Injuries and a
Involve promoting the Kiemim long-standing policy of ker i boa 19C4(; las, been setting records ance companies, with 1,600,000 total cost of $100 billion to the
long. hertshed plan (rOI i "i World such credits down to five,,..,ir deaths as :a orcentage of \elil. econom; ,
War n peace treaty that would terms or less, but the Fr,.,?, i\ vie mile !'t iM'lcd 1. as a percent The American Seat Belt Coun.
formalize the division fit Ger. are reportedly ready to bum; ire of population and of the Two Wrecks On ell says a study' of 10,000and.
many. the traces 4, J,. : ,' totil number or nhlr1l'1. dents slums serious injuries can
The West German govern. West Germany, on the othor AAYJ ,,,,,w.:" The dollar I loss to motorists be reduced more than one-third
ment would not agr p to any hand, remains under ''J; ':'; aid I pfL'l't'I'tOllltl'rs Is now Tamiami TrailSeven with the use of proper seat
such treaty but Khrushchev American control and Its trade ; ". leikimed ..\ the lillllons Some of belts. It reports that 22 states i
may attempt to make his pro. negotiators would be under .. these (Ic liars swell the am ualIt people were sent to the and the Dish let of Columbia I
posals more tempting in mov strong pressure not to great 4tn 'elpts of t 110. e who rt'p.di Naples Community Hospital yea have passed laws requiring new .
Ing over to the econom!< front long.term credits. " ;". human bodies, or cars, or build. terday, victims of two auto cars to have such belts in the
and offering lucrative trade Diplomatic observers In Btrn .. li: s and other construction wrecks which occurred within IS front seat
deals also noted that Khrushche 's \ but such dollar receipts aren'tsou minutes of each other about seven But all agree that the real
The West German economy visit was announced at a time ofa -lit, Amid the financial loss to miles east of the Trail. measure of safety and the
depends heavily on exports, and further 'oollng In Fre h. .1:0 \ thousands of families damages! All but two of the vlctlmswere reduction of human and econo.
trade deals with the vast, underdeveloped West German relations. President main other Industries whose released after treatment for uric lnl'sPS111I remains right
Soviet Union aLways Charles de Gaulle's World ,' [tods thus can't find as big a minor injuries but Mrs Karen where It did-wllli the driver
have tempted Ruhr In. War II anniversary message to matket!. Tookey of Opalocka and Mrs.
dust rlallst.. Khrushchev earlier this week Auto accidents as percentage Alyce Ireland of Miami were
But diplomatic observers in caused some uneasiness am, I' A. of miles driven ate estimated la hospitalized Mrs Tookey!. for Expect 17 To Die
Bonn Thursday night were say. officials of the West German _.. -----.-- i have risen 20 per cent in the back Injuries and Mrs. Irelandfor
Ing the prospect of am major government, NASSAt HOLIDAY aboard the S. S. Bahama Star was enjoyed bv early months of this jear Then cuts about the face On Florida Roads
agreement with Khrushchev Is To them, the tone of the De shown aboard the vessel when it were d." accidents for each 100,. The to women were riding In
very slight.They Gaulle message seemed unusu. these thl'l''UUI1j( Neapolitans 000 vehicle miles, a car driven by Mrs. Ann Lind. Over Labor Day
did volre some appre. ally cordial. Some West German dock'' e''ently i at Miami following a cruise to the Island resort From July! sta record set In the soy which went out of control
hension that Khrushchev might officials fear De Gaulle might left, l David Ni'bus, Lobby Cadenhead and Chad! Misner Nebus is number of fatalities. Warningsof and, alter a long skid, turned TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
try to play West Germany off further modify his support of employed in the mechanical department of the Collier County NEWS. the accident hazard this com. over. Mis. Llndsej'was charged dieted Florida Highway! Patrol 17 pre.
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against Trance on the questionof the Allied nosltlon on the n..piin bug weekend are Iwtng Issued l>\ by Trooper Ed Crawford with today people.
would be killed In traffic
trade with the Soviet Union. question and the German problem : that kept appearing overandoveragain Wallet With $40 national) and local safelj offl.rials. driving too fast for conditions. accidents dining highway the Labor
In general. Red Tide. . In all the studies. Weather conditions across Only IS minutes earlier Day weekend.
As for the visit's effect on So. Stolen From Car lie( nation this weekend can Trooper Crawford and sheriff's
(Continued from page 1)) In 1963, 18 people were killed
vlet.West German either Invite deputies had cleared wreck at
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relations CHEMICAL REACTIONIngle accldt'nlsby luring
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Thomas Wrede of Nokomls during the same holiday week
Rotary PrexyAnnounces diplomatic observers In Moscowfelt tribute to Red Tide was "ell. said Iron Is difficult to mare rrntoristt onto the roadsor the intersection of the Trail and end
reported to Naples Police that
Khrushchev had In mind initiated from our theoretical be dissolved In sea water but cause accidents l b>>' making, the Isles of Capri Road.
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something more than driving dangerous Trooper Crawford reported
thinking.
chemical
New, Just a special agents permit nine wouldbe
'vague hope for Improvement of Iron to go Into solution. These front seat of his car* while he The economic loss for 19G3 Is that Louis J. Guerrlero Brook. killed predicted In the long people 4th of July
relations. "COMPREHENSIVE"The chemical agents could be associated went out on the fishing pier this esttmited at $10,3 billion up lyn, N.Y., pulled from the park. weekend killed
CommitteesPresident It was noted that duringhis current study of possibleRed with runoff water with a high morning after a dip In the Gulf. $000 million from 1902. Last Ing lot at the office of Golden was 10. The number
current visit to Czechoslova. Tide causes at Ingle's la. content of organic materials, In, When he returned he found his billion j toll is divided thus $7,7 Gate Estates and was hit as
Vincent Wood Jr. his, Khrushchev had unexpected boratory "Is the most comprehensive gle said. "I suspect there Is driver's( license ort''the seat In property damage, mod. he entered the highway. The
of the Naples Rotary Club has conferences with the foreign In the world," he said. something there" and the wallet.comatnlng$40.00 meal and funeral costs, wage driver of the second car was Philippine AirLine
announced the club's 19C4-C5 com. ministers of Poland, Hungaryand Hodges said Ingle "has amazedus Research Is continuing with in cash and some credit cards losses and the overhead cost of Mrs. Willa Sue Adams Her
mil tees as follows Bulgaria. This led tn im. by coming up with the Information the aid ofaspeclally.equlpped72.out . Insurance; and $2,6 billion in 8.year old son and Mrs. Adams Ends Strike
CLUB SERVICE Director mediate speculation that he he has In this short a ( research ship which has Just missing.The property destruction escaped serious injury because
Lloyd Easterling. might be consulting them about time.' been built In St. ,Augustine Ingle theft occurred between The Insurance Information they were wearing seat belts It MANILA!; (AP) Philipt,InrMr
Sergeant.at.Arms David some possible switch In the Ingle said that his research.en noted. The boat 1$ scheduled to 8 and 8:45 o'clock this morning. Institute reports 19 million cars was reported. Lines resumed, normal( 01"|
Splngler, chairman William Kremlin's policy toward Ger. after much analysis of s be on the west roast 'fn Novem. Officer Jerry Wlnebrenner is In 11 million accidents, involv. Guerriero was charge with eiatlons to Creason Ed Daugherty. many. number of variable factors, have ber. U will greatly assist such Investigating the matter. lag $3,5 billion of Insurance in failure to yield right-of-way, mewl of a three.uLty i stiike.!!. I,

Attendance Tom Truesdale Details for the visit determined definite mathema. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1
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t chairman; Richard Ptttman.JohnI be arranged n Is expected that tical correlation between Fel( | water samples ,on the spot !
Siegmann. the visit will come after the U.S. Tide and rainfall. After heavy before time can alter the chem.
r Classification John Nichol.son residential, election Nov. 3. rainfall, the water level In rl. teal omposltlon of the sample
chairman; Well Collins, Leo. vera rises, and so does the con. he said. ,
nard King. centration of dissolved minerals, Ingle said he "Can't see any.
Membership Thad! Moss, notably Iron. thing but favorable response"to
chairman; Tad Fraser.Nick Mln.arlch Parks Advisory The Red Tide organism exist. Ms proposed idea to dam rl.
Dale Bremerman. Ing In small numbers out In the very near their mouths The
Fellowship Les Johnston Board Reviews Gulf, feeds on these "dissolved water rich In the ''Orpnlcrood.
chairman; Nail Hannaford, Oren goodies" and multiplies rapid. les" that enhance Red Tide,could
Burbank Robert Miller, Harry ly unless the weather Is coolor be Impounded until the weather
Clouser, William Porter.MagazinePublic Future NeedsMembers windy Ingle explained. The changed to be less favorableto
Relations Red Tide laboratory made use growth of the Red Tide or.
Pat Goodenough chairman; Tom of the Collier Coun. of rainfall records, geological ganlsm.
Walker Mike Chance. ty Advisory Board for the Florida studies of the Peace River, and Water behind these dams would
Program Julius Lesser, Board of Parks and Historical records of Red Tide occurrences provide a ready fresh.waler sup.
chairman; George Vega Casey Memorials visited Collier for 20 years. ply for farmers and city dwell.
Ingram, Ad Miller, Dewey Pol. Seminole Park )yesterday and, "This It not to Incriminate ers, and the lakes created would
ly Alfred Hackney ''drew up priority list of needs the Peace River It.elf." Ingle provide hydrostatic heads to pro.
InformationMiles Scofleld of the park over the next bien. said "Its our Index stream, tect the underground water sup.
chairman, Thad Moss, William nlum. because It has received the most ply against aalt-water Intrusion
Tracy, Robert Morris. The priority list will be pre. attention by U.S. Geological Sur. Ingle said
Club Bulletin Allan Slade, rented to the 1965 Legislature vey hemlsts." Ingle suspectsthat
chairman; Pat Goodenough Ray by Rep. James L. Walker. Walk. what Is true for the Peace 'NO MONEY
Miller, Richard Brashear. er, Norman Herren and Meese River Is true for some or mostof Hodges told the audience! : of
Special Events Arthur Ellis made up the survey team the other rivers flowing into 40 that the Legislature created
Arnold chairman;; Ted Brack yesterday assisted by Carl the Gulf. a beach and shores division with
Lester Grimes. Nlckerson the park attendant. "Our graph showed that four in the conservation department
VOCATIONAL SERVICE -Director Listed as No. I priority was or five times, there should have "but they didn't give us any
Richard Brashear, the need of a combination concession been a Red Tide, but there was money." From related funds,
Competitor Relations An. stand, guest center, and no record of one. In each of the department has been able
drew Deacon chairman; Richard rest rooms 1 n the Marina area, these Instances a hurricane dls. to hire a researcher and a se.
Yannaco, Donald Elwood. Walker said In addition the turbed the Gulf waters." Rough cretary to handle beach.erosion
Employer Employee Rela. need for a picnic area and a water Is a "known factor againstthe work.
tlons Henry Hoffman chair. sewerage disposal plant were onset of Red Tide," Ingle Hodges said he will ask the
man; Tom Hutchison John Gar. listed. said. next Legislature for operating
land.Four Fifteen picnic shelters a boat In the recent big Red Tide funds for the beach and shores
Way Test William hoist and parking area for about outbreak In the open Gulf oft division, and will propose that
Gracely chairman; Douglas Mo 100 cars were added to the Mar. Perry and Tallahassee, Ingle the department have Its own
Goon, Edwin Clapp Hiram Mer. Ina needs. noted that It was preceded two beach-eroslon laboratory or else
rell. Number 2 priority listed 200 to three weeks by one of the be given control of the Coastal
COMMUNITY SERVICE -431. additional camp sites In the area heaviest rainstorms in the his. Engineering Laboratory at
rector Harold Jester.Interact.student of the already existing camp tory of weather bureaus at Tat. Gainesville.
Guests -Phil grounds, and two camper rest lahassee and Newport, on the "What we are doing now Is
Darbyshlre chairman; Thomas rooms. This Increased camping 8t. Marks River.In coordinating the activities of lo.
Brown Don Deerlng Joseph Ber. area will call for about one mile 1937 a huge Red Tide was cal sponsors of beach erosion
tolaml Douglas Danser of new paved roads. beginning to bloom from Naplesto projects," Hodges said, Con. r tar sw
Goodwill Bob Hill and Don The third item on the prioritylist Clearwater Ingle said "then trol of beach erosion structures,
Lander, co-chairmen. Walker said, was a combln. along i came a cold wave. The such as groins, has been hand.
Youth Miles Scofield chair. atlon workshop and equipment cold and wind knocked out the ed by the Internal ImprovementBoard
manArthur; Rrnfro.Phlllp Smith,,,i,storage building Red Tide." to the conservation de.
Doyle Kopp Charles Cox. Listed aI.o. was a suggestionof Ingle acknowledged the help partment. It charges $100 for Tyt'K
Scholarship. Student L.oans- a four-strand barbed wire his laboratory has been givenby each permit to build erosion .
John Roan, chairman;; Richard fence to enclose the area of about studies of Red Tide by the structures on the Gulf or At.
Lambert John Collins.INTERNATIONAL three sections of the park lying federal government and by In. lantlc.
SERVICE to the north of the Trail. Walk.er dependent research men. All The department has been pre.
Director John Mell.international said most people are not this research work has enabledhis sentlng proposals for beach ero-
Contact John aware that this area Is a partof men to move speedily, Ingle lion studies to Congress and has
Franklin chairman; Curt Kay. the park and hunters have been fairly successful In obtain .
ser, Eliot Stone, Kenneth Rogers. established camps and trespassers said.All these studies pointed to a Ing funds for the studies Hodges ,. ; r I 1
Int. Student Project George are removing the small need by the Red Tide organismfor said.
Vega, Chairman; Walter Wolfe, royal palms and the orchids. certain trace metals In so. et\\
Frank Gore, Robert Collin The priority list will be re.Uitlor.minute quantities of Iron, A pecan tree must be four
Rotary Foundation Don ferred to Tallahassee for es.tlmates .tine, manganese magnesium to live years old before It will
Wynn chairman; Clarence on the cost of needed and copper. Iron was the one bear nuts. )
Bauchsples Candler Brooke Improvements, Walker said.a s\\




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Gulf Shore Colony Club, was hiirhlijfhti'd by a Celanese (7 Kals Al 33'( Swift 51>,4
poolside chat with Robert Merrill and Richard Chrysler 58'% Ken'cott 85 Texaco 804
Tucker two of the greatest names lt> opera. CocaCol 137V4 Llg My 83>i Thlokol 15

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September 1- '\\'orJ has reached Florida "I.ilu' it!. "' ''i

of dpninV| Pwrton of the 9th) llnndi Infinrn III

nj bjJI) wuuiiJkJ on the: inurnM)( of August 11 when I

the Florida Brigade of which the 9th u 3 part, tJvjnicJ

within I 100 yards of the Federal brcutork along th'd"on

ii RailiojJ, Virginia.. The Union for,. w Is dent -

ly I entrenched jnd r pe>tJ effort to JnloJjjf them, rr. "'I e.- - TI

suited in defeat Picnon was on cf c\eral Ilond.i nun Announcements 5. Butinen Oppi, 48 Aptt.. For Rent

who s'as killed or ,,'ound.\< in this action.
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there are thirlyonetwl presently itHiln\1 to the Tivt Stftrt MI 0" !
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3-Boatt-Motori Accet. Kelly
1 Brigadier General Sam Junes>> commanding the Confederate tucair M"Hri'M .OTIS N"11t i I WRIQHTBO VIRGIL I FHB TinF AITM4 "
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Trttiiiixiii'milEK Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Ib.ralas JACOI H null KCVtSDKWKY .
"I" .nlln. Huu'p IrA Ip' W.E"" IMy'' Sre'
DISPUTE:-Disagreements marred the opening!! day of the United Mine Workers loridj, hit notified RichmonJ that 'Urigidier General lull top end ode, curtO'5Sor : POLLYKKALTY Mod"- Iis9'd, ., a/ht.'." rA

onvention In Miami Beach and culminated in a fist.swingim.(, hard.hat throwing! free \\Mliam Miller hat reported to me for duty in Florida. ul...,.0' bade Cult 1 \1\/.1I I./ N 11 Kelly Hn brdr.om .ph to N.plll'i

or.all. Above sergedntsatarms try to break up the melee No orders have been received ordering him to report tome l hen-- -

but from the Prendent'l letter of the 9th instant 5-Butineit Oppi. ,.,] o ,
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Milton, it seems the President intends General Clean tolt.e and s.ndw.III .hop '0"'.' .I '"I N. A TII A.-. ,
Two Men Held ..r condition close' o. Tr I IPnc.d T ..." A'r 1 ,,, Ave Se M 1 fiI'I _
Miller shall command District of FlonJa. Is that hit in- under |4 000 .' 9901 MI I : ICh I'1 N I'" --

l! ttructions* If to, I can relieve BngiJicr General J. K. "/?! M ----uivI C STATION III.... du,... 'pla
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WANT ROOM TO September 2 Union General John P II.itch reports CIRCUIT COURT TIMfr. ,",K> I. .l It I"I', .K ter .s I 01, ,
'Big Cypress'In from TWELFTH JUDICIAL" CIR( tell . .....
Jacksonville that hit garrison at Magnolia now con- COLLIER COUNTYai1NECHANCERYOA ,1' ,

less than one half hour tittt of the )4ih U. S. Cxilored Troops anJ thirty men Thorn Fl Mv.i. Fl. W* 49-Hou For Rent

: aiti,"r discovery! of a burglary from the 4th M.m.lIhutlll Cavalry. He also says tint No. 7091 h It slid Mv.."', wld.:11 f'' i I "v"0,15 Ava i LArUU. B6 >MiDM HAIM

s SWING YOUR CAT? it Dip Cypress Golf and Country "this morning a snail body of the enemy't cavalry came JeSSIE LU: M..aUIRr Plaintiff FURNISHED '"m HOME,
5 ... .Pla nts.Seeds0H IItr..AR SCHOOLS SMOPr, ',,N1', 4,
Club early Thursday morning within sight of the picket on the Kings l Road anJ procccdid ROGER HAROLD MAGUIRE. 9-Flowert\ GOLF COURSE YEARLY"

two men allegedly guilty or the in the direction, of Middltburg. Yellow Bluff is now Defendant H RENTAL IIM PER MONTH

breaking and entering were Ir re-enforceIIy two companies from the )Mth U. S. ColoredTroopi. THE STATE.NOTICE OF OF FLORIDA SUIT' TO SUMMER HYsNIIIS SAL ANI1 I 'OF Sl'MATURE t'ICs sea!
custody of the Sheriff's . .. O H till r
Department ." ROBFR HAROLD" MAQUIRE The btl. ia null" .* tun" .-
atom W.tl Louitiana Ave R,,,.. Orchid l.i ill-i.' turmiH RIR E HrnVr4tr ..
Nmlh M No ini
Onvr Celmado.Yoq vr-r O.hnin /1.r.da 010I I
Later the two men wile charc.Id September J ...The following/General' ( Prder )hsu oro h.r*by fiolif.td thai a Npplru' Flor.u'eq .
i take .look. the with attempt/ to commit: gftnd" IKe tonfedertif ?'W &" 'nearly'10 I sill) Ilk bear. ll, i aialnil, you ,inh '1I2-Help Wanted, / "
at
i tpocleviacr rimeni Ill n .
bI1DcJJ \ : < abet/a *nild taut .and you rm I I"" " ""'srd' 11 "
larceny1 and each was held oh i'lorkhf ,'. hereby) required to serve Upon "' ,1' I I. "U '
k weellt :is firiulateJ tit "It ,...h I h.. ......"". par
loft In tint d,. EaI.M.en $10,000 bond, ago: now being having plimtilf tttorniy what name and f .II. A"II,'" .". ", k '

r sebr4.N.pl.s. Quirk ai lion by Deputy Sherlrrl been represented to the War Department that there are 'Ion ddrett".,...tppaar... if any heroon. lo, Ihr yo ir k.writ II nfIt tar...."'lull." ter, plt r. '1'".I .m.0"min, 0.And." .. 1210 IIlls l NFl I Pd Ill ;-H'b".om

Kenneth Kite'hell and Bill McCrea number\ of foreigner, entrapped by artiface anJ fraud .omp'.n'' In. lId Oust cop n' *5'I' .npl. 1'r. ", L "'II. 1100 ind 1 '''th.. ,,1,1' ,
I"'''''', Fl Mye1. ,
w "
only th... and ....-. .If delivered" lo you hnrw'th 01 or "I' p11' n''' II Iii I "
resulted the arrest of Solen into the military and naval service of the United Slates, before Oclobr IAD Uf.4 WI'I, I0 .write P, (1 .,-
mtlot north .. the City Mai'le Jackson 42, and Chandler who mould quietly withdraw from further H..*... tail not or decrtr- l>'Mi can "". l AE's'I'' CI'., 9" 101 1 r run.'l. I h"",' .
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participationin '' I "
toss o .Mill ba antrd uRinttt, ems : ; : ,,
,
10m,". Jones, 37, both giving Miami the inhuman warfare waged against the people who for th. rhf preyed ,In Ihr b,'"n ol 13- Help Want Female I 1 .r. '
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addresses.
The
: arrests were have never them for hostility and that Compl..n'Th. bm, for WANTD h"-.-. --'I"-"
made given a pretext nilur of lId sot | HkLP 1 b.ou' r. "
Mrln .! ...11 paved ....... by McCrea at Carnestown, there inhabitant of the United State Divorce' month w"5. 1'0" .,-,'"
45 miles from the arena of the are many now WITNESS my hand and th. teal l lel FEMALE .nr, Ow"" .-. I'I I .
add I. tho charm of this retained in that service against their will who are adverse aid Court at Nupl.t' Florid A.s n'h t'0 ,'It '",. N 'I" ,
burgh ry. ,
i 95." led doe of Vplambrr A D IM4 Weali i I Ile> woman ears .Pe.h _. !: I
, ........"I, prK.d commwnrty Deputy Kitchell In a routine to aiding, in the unjust war now being prosecuted against MARGARET T SCOTTICLERK'1 10 4i' n I e .r.. lypini fill C.fl,; "" . ,,, ..,,'
check discovered two golf carts the Confederate states, and it being also known that these 5EAllrcud Court Mr On'ter| ,,', to ID/ .I.Ipamron I ,",,, .. ,.. "''
) dMel .
.,,., ,, .
of mull ..,..... 1 llnrl' 'r 1. 1. ?
along South Street In Pine Ridge from inch By INEZ MAOILL mnnlh
abandoning compulsory .
men are prevented h.
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/or moll' I W'.t" nor. IllyAll "n r'"v "
just east of the railroad tracks. service by the difficulty they experience in escaping there. MURPHY Dpuly C. COMBSAlloen.y Clerk :,? : ,, N5.ws. Lor ear l m'hlr, fall y//l,
Ask any. ltltof to givo ,.u K"+. 1//
Suspecting break In at the for pllsnlsfNapln '
a 5/12--
\ from it is ordered that all such within the
coming ,
FloridaSept
persons .
. I. h '
the dotaili tract end golf club he hurried to the club. l ldiet I." '
Worn" .
map 4. n. il H. I.M gin .
house and discovered the lines of the Confederate armies, shall be received, protected, vrmliUo < '" ,I, "" II I.

Covwiintt. for fin .,d,. Radio communications enabled crime. and supplied with meant of tubsittance until such of them IN. 'HE CIRCUIT COURTIN IM" "AlNrwt 1. I ,S,' i d"nn'r'H ;., I"' ""' frI '.' '
.,
? W. .I' I her 1 II
Eitontion, the now concept. the Sheriff's Department to es. at desire it can be forwarded to the most convenient points AND FOR tit .1
POLK COUNTY FLORIDA' __ _
r\ far honor Florida liv'.... tablish road blocks and McCrea on the border, when :all facilities will be afforded them to Cat. No 17e1i I 14-Hllp Wanted Male, Ill' rnll, r.l. II.- '
only' a few minutes later arrest. Jii return to their homes. Officials in Tallahassee bilu\c AMERICAN' MACHINERY" ,..'" '''v """ "" v "

ed the two men at Carnestown. that there :are a number of men on Federal blockade duty CORPORATION. C.( PtasnUNIFMINOLE Corp MI I porton Nl.pUv Shiip Dun:|: :.'.''N'I .frnlur|Hull:: >It' r 53-litlingt Wanted

A search of the'tar, after a off the Honda coast who are of foreign birth and citizen: A.,..." 0'' 'rm, rrl, ..d rn ?I
warrant was Issued, produced PACKING. '..,n''." /h.. ell" I I pnl, flat. :II.yv h..vi it Inc I"w ,'si "ham
what appears to be most of the ship and are serving against their will. COMPANY. Is a. .nice. 1'I' r ,'' Ilene wort ,C F i+I: N.iplis I i .,I ii, 5r County;
and r ,' ml rn. If...,. I IM ten Hi tr nl, "/1111
mi n1"5 "
JACK 'o-ll 'rfa'.I.onl 'po l' ?try
PineRid9e!! loot taken In the crime. According to dispatch issued from Key Vest, Captain urn lo (I'rJlsr County" N. .*sHi
Club Pro Phil Derbyshire es DnftndanttNOTICE lit' A'/. /i "/11 II 57-Houiet For Sale l lty
tlmated value Theodore P. Greene hat yellow' fever, and Commander: NOTICE 0' IHE"I"'I SALE
; the of golf equip. It HCREBV QIVCN that
"': ment takerHMi>4heti,500) mark. R. Handy hat assumed temrour ''''ComnunJ of the Cast ''', IInd..n.d as nnA1 oCOIsec 16-HelpAvail.bU MW.OAll. SAIL

Created by Collier Development' Corp.: Eight sets of'woOOs,' seven sets Gulf Blockading Squadron. *'""" Case a Wrst, Florsda'of Enacutionbay. under. and s1/u.d by us vwluaof INe voIehl, hir maid 0...",,,, wurl Itn sr/I.'NNONtHs/ Sane ".".team

of Irons, 71 dozen golf balls, six My 10 cease '''. 4th day' of wary l ,M IIMV..I. homo ",rOM Io'h hunn .n THE: MOON
----- --- -- -- -- -- -- July' ISM. not 'levied en and will ''Nti' rr.lal.. hAl '.d air
110 Tamiami Trail Phone MI 2.2131 ? "I'M 1/II I bt
golf bars, and numerous shirts, orinr for sate. and: sell: tubjocl toencuKihrancot Cnndllrnl.nl'' .Iplnxh.nulh
shorts jackets, and other clothIng . it any lo the high 1'Ans nr '"I ,L1, tar. "', ".'I ".<.p' 1 l-dnnmS Ism
.
NAPLES FLORIDA at) and. pal bidder for cat* all ofIh .. ... I 'S EIS(5-v' "," sIt.r1/ d"posel,
01 ill YOUR LOCAL UtAlIOH was missing Including about 'dolorDesk I mUr.it of "... ... "",', .' " 1 '".....h., N". screened 1I
$250 In cash, Derbyshire said Probe 'fake' Who Earned m.nt Drill.nl I nl-d 4 '. "/mrnn.r," I ell I, I" ps'd Iwewe". Ioddd'I.
'' ,
'Ill S' .
to Sheollowloe datcribad. propertytowil nnl'MnnrY .".. MI 14104 a/I.r
..
0". 'i II.I.
.har. .. vi iii. L...P.i4i' aloe <. iiitEMINOLE -

CIOMJ I $85OOO Posing As DoctorDETROIT Th* tT* M PACKING I.(Fully mill.paid COMPANYIncorporaltd ': Sltaroal. .. I ." ,,'eWUnu, Inc ...""""tI.:,'". I sole 1'10/1"Ay.1 Own.A5'room 10151, SI

SI''.''11'. LOjs.5.. ..1 f I .van nl .."d
anlraiwol' lo tha Cellos (.u,. ", h .0 " ,ht'.d'
Courlhouto In |Etll plet, Pier .11 U.'r1N. MI 795111
(AP) Authorities Johns IkH'klns University medl. IAa on Monday the & : day of Oc 23-Miu.i For Sale IIrnrn I I 05 drs a"1' .. "
ire checking today Into the cal *i.hool, Baltimore Sober I9M II 100 P M "- "- ,u.'lh unlurrshed.n. .
f A DOUG HFNDRV ,
background of a man who they "Iltt would Guy .l i lot of l houk.. Wianft ol/ (011.., Taunt/' .. ,, , ., IIII.
a1 -
said earned some $85,000 while but would not actually attest Florid "i, Reel vi.. I, .". ShampnuarII " 1'rn.l.' "itm. 0.; Ms.k.a.
4. II. II M KM atttMy .
posing as a physician for four most of the classes," Kelleyaid. -.pt --- 'III' NApln sl "..""I-.r' Co A';, ..Air-:: '",'."jt; al"rur11p I I ,ra ,w,

1fisllw ,earl. "'Ite picked up a lot ol NOTICE 0' INTENTION TO hn" hnn" "I"oa ,110" 7
;'''I'11.1 ,
AEGIIUR "CTITIOUS NAME kAt 8,1 5--" I II ell 9c"n I .." "
Michigan Atty. Gen. Frank knowledge by simply putting on Thor und..n.d dote "or.by cor Frgdtir I II II rfri'\ r,1:0n: rerpn 'III I I I A" coo ,,,'"
termed the M-iv i ii.ta him., with . ,. ..
Kelley Thursday a white coal and walking Into a thai w are condutlinf anApartment '" I '''' "
rinUI I buSwes. >t 1116! "I'll, ,,1" nr.s. S" .1 Hit MdeeaUr 1.aII" I M'' I 'l.IS'
"one of the most fantastic l's;
case hospital to observe the opera. Point Av. Npls Florid, Soronlu Oirrivnt f/l rl ."
atones of deception> In the tions." und.r th* fictiliout..m. al QIQI .";;,;:- -. ""bot"'nn'n '

state's medical history" The state' chief legal official Apartmantt and lhl .sand how it' 26-Pertonal ," " ,...t", ."
composed. of IS.olow'l l p.rsancwhose
Kelley said the man Thomas aid Novak for dl stew "h
prescript drugs riamet and .places. orear "L'.r'HOL" AI4'NVMIIp'( ) .11 1r' ..
M. Novak, 29, of suburban Llvo. patient after picking his registration ".nu. ..reollsas IHt" Wabash. M. Q' woman" *,'Is dr "k e . I 5.00 eoSy Ines..
nla, had no medl:'al degree."Apparently number for narcotics ,.Carl,"1.1'C' U.K'n. "'.b''"-."s Askn, h. v ,.., ,. .. MAT. ..I '. IIrrISN 'n
M
151r. aUI" W.....A M' 11111 v S/--" 711.,5A
he picked all\ of thlnalr. 0.11. l .C1 .,
+ up presirltitlons 14. Mo .welcomed" .....' nil I SIaeph11
his medical knowledge by visit. Kelley said there was no immediate lrtly Ownirthip. of OIOI Apartmanlta I. I.h.. t. Ann.. u'. IIh ., .. QI--I1.w.CV- ,116
Ing different medical schools," indication that of fnllowilnttt... 91 a1M A.'ace, T"", .'dr I Hho" 'raw. well to well
any Carl C Klne' 50% r. n, e, 1 II. p" .ry'1 .55.". Ben and I ten,,,
Kelley said. Novak' patients had been 0.11. L esna has : evtrat MAN
The attorney general said harmed or that he had |IlIr. It r5 ou' .n'.ol'O"' to apple to 'h. 33-Scfvico Offered.Sl.li' iomA'II" :. 4l *lh Av.
SUMMER STOCK CI..k 01 ,,,. C"CU" Court so end South M7 Mil llw\ t If
Novak was tripped up after he formed any surgery. for Colum County Florldf to nMsr ( 6 ''k.it: iTropaa7Drapery

recently applied as a physicianfor Novak bought a deceased
an Insurance poll y. No tor' practlie from the man' tOl 10951. Laws. 01 "o..d.. Acts 0' III .. .. ....
record Novak's doctor heir In 1MO and apetlall1.'llnInterllal l 1114.. N/, .''u"... . II"I, lal( .... ./S...f". n'
llth a ,
hands this
Irate was found, Kelley said. m.1Idm", treating such of Auautl,our DM 36-Wnted To Buy Vllll ,., .., /b rhnnAl Prr..SI dAI '
.
SER OUJ * IIIH., \ Kelley laid Novak, a 1953 ailment a* heart and lung dl. CARL DELLA" C.L KINO KINO 11..01 y..1'vy Ira..S .....,... ' t .ik.a/iia,
. gradual of Detroit's Chadsey leases and dI betas, Kelley O"dond..."." Stohlmen' Prop I 10(1111 I "II/5, VlrfrIL;
MAM .
e1RT 5.55,5'' M.nlor.nn' I" 17\\ IrdSI 'TIM NOMI t wnir.HF
High School "faked" attend aid. A HrD".1t ',, .
Imperial Proporti ,15 II 5100AF',1 N i fun" ..ry,',
ante at schools of medicine, !Kelley said Novak, who was 1I..nt DEWEY POLLY

it's to (to Chrysler In ludmg the University of not held, might be charged with Au| I/. 71 M ".0' 4. IH4 .IM 38-Auto For Sale l
move
up Michigan Ann medicine without
easy Arbor Wayne pra'ti'lng a I IItA\I( "j'JI'/Ailu./ .. FEALTY
State University In Detroit, and license. Tills carries a maxl. SPECIALS>
Half
mum jenalty upon conviction ofa Flags At .
1300 fine or up to six month IHi RtnOMll Dai/phma IHIMI Iro'."n.t 0. .H',t ,Is/Pu111.Air R Nil. o"'AI ",

$ $ M [ffilffi [ffi f 1i4 0EFF 0IEllEY OPEN In Nook(Jail. married and the fa. Mast For YorkIn Ford I dr >or.lop 141 _S.crl.r._ _. n'r Da.ut'uLorn.r 5.11'.m 21154, Iq.l. .01-

ther it two children surren. !"" M.re dr I owner |4MVM
IchOOll
UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT nno' now Hth tr"1
Cumberlands Wl" 'II" 12 too PtI' ,.
dered to authorities Thursday | >
hr4 df tod till


I@ffi[ Ill D 1r@K[ ( I me altet ii II being certUi'queried ate. about till FUt PALC thin II MAI Cumberland it lull L, T stall.",nn.. MouiiUIn throughout (AP) -' (Ml! >PI4.... M40 dr I IH IIIII 59Acreageec'? 4.I M IIS 1/


hamlet tally to honor Sgt. AlvinC 19M Cad 4", A.r Dead I Hi 14 /"'" |t M down. and
William ReesIn Vt M per month No interettIIMOO
Join your York, "but the flag over the TIM clew l.'. run food O" m."lo from Golden
MEAN BUSINESS! doughboy 'hfro'i, front, ,_.r' II a... C'IOp.n .....d." ColIn
'WE friends here Three-Week nutttr *i the lor of Itt stall UOOD CIIRYLERPI.YMUCTII County F telly l/Utt

York's 1.1'I U Ming brought / JEE1'2M TRAIL FRONTAGE
regularlyPLATE homt. Hf died, I Wtln.lrta in No Trail, Ml' a Mil I* eau h,1 4 dry land fuj
aInIons rourthouto MAR.
We're overstocked with new shipments. Save a bundle NOW. Training StintArmy e.hvll'lI'eren.. llo |<.IUI. MUST SACRIFICE 2 LOWS 4 IECK. 4M Mh A"..
tl.J! MIjuat.! TMfso
!
Mountain lolk who knew him a*
Sr*< laud Four WilliamJ. door 1964 Galaxie 500 .11" I .. In lo U t 41
All models. All colors. You'll like the deals. The trade-ins are Reel, whose parents, Mr. and man and boy trudged past his gl ll .'r. Is15,0 Calhar' Coon
casket in ntarbv Jamestown Exact mileage 6,252. MI Iy Rr."" I osl. on the T/.d.
.J
drive of the Come down NOWI Mrs. Gordon D. Laitlnger, live n
highest evert Biggest sales year on rp0LUNCHES TTmrtda;. 23370..
/In Immokalte, and other mem.
here of the 3rd Armored Dlvl. "Mi Ore' en ," hIS vMow, In.p tar. .."..1 dr.,v* con 62-Butineti Property
had rtjorled Con mk' CI.m..nt' ,.M,hit' la Runt good and
lion art participating In a three. red1 for your Aunnn trip (O"'lN' 'AL 11>/00.150 1ft
offer to let hei husband r. All. t.rrei Wood Chr,ttir fact ere. coo,.,
See Chrysler Dealer the best ol the big car men week field training exercise at Iaw od ImsosseaS.
your lie In stale, at the Capitol in PI"
Wtldflecken, Germany Naarn tII.. The sun ram of his ISO llron 4 dr H T seta prosSSIl 1011..1 Aso .etse PrsllUsoe..
During the exercise SpecialistRees modest (arm rume h.n !MIenfr..rp" beck.' wh"ta ,..,."or. full .pow. ' ur (,rrt VIRGIL
I II undergoing extensive r e.r n ttonng |MM Call M...' (II1A| NOIIt WWiriHT
CHRYSLER and marksman 'lor him tart he will t* Leery ToyMr el 1511 Weed pee' JAt.F". PHIL HCVCtDKWKY
firing
WOOD
New Owner hip weapon training.' here burled Saturday.i I', the family cemetery sn rhryu.r' I'I"'I'" Jnp ; POLLY

The 21.ytir-old soldier, a drl.
full military honors will\ be 4S-Trailera
For Rent
RUBY see In Company EG!the dlvl.lon'lZJ1 REALTY
ROSBOUGH
liven at the funeral for the tlvll.
: Engineer Battalion, entered Ian Tr.l.r, $ IS a aids. WISPS 1Y
sol
die who
PLYMOUTH Inc. the Army ''n June I M2. i won lory durIng sip 1 .. ... Spasm II a work "I.", D..j. Polly R.atar!
He I II a 1902 gradual of Immn. the battle of the Arfonne Pry c,..* '?.I.p' I.r1. ( a55cr o' lot Av. N.. a
Forest ''II I9IS when ,ho. kilted 2] 4/, iaMifU66Insurance' /t
kalee High School
German and ,ar>lured 132.
RUBY'SBAR He wsa, ,, the Medal of Honor 48AptFor Rent

2600 N. Tamiami Trail Naples, Fla. RENCW YOUR cD1IVf sod its? was decorated by livlnireom I l....'l)..?. and","per plenty n.n|.ol L
& GRILL LICENSe Franre a'n'' poly Medals and boar 3 >MC. Ref'. .r.lor Cup 4 Man Au10. Hemc 0_...
t. pictures '"it the hero adorn the Map IurnwkM, /? Condi. '''. .

2100 E. Tamiaml Trail DURING/ YOUR 'w room where he lived out his last C Non1r 11 MI A 1 IM./a.s/0/. ill Naples Pars.11l 1/. JAEOR.19 9th Av.INSURANCE"MIte.lJ

BIRTH MOIIIH 10 years !I 51 711. lOtk

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COLLIER COUNTY NtWS NipUi. Fl. frldiy' S.pt.mbw 4, .W4 I

I t, Medicare The FRIENDLY FOLK of (the 'LAST FRONTIER TOWN'


.wt

I Enactment




t ., UnlikelyWASHINGTON IMIOKAt
(AI) The
odds appeared t ly to be
t r 1 against .nar h t"r": ft pant I SMalbecurl'y e

year despite the 60-25 Senate
pasty;I if i oU' which would
set up such a system
The healthcare provisions' '
were written Into the bill by a
I r 49-44 vote Wednesday. The 4
't1s House had Included no such \
x plan In the bllll 1* Oil*:,\. .V Sen. \
ate-Hous conference commit.tee CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO ATTEND
A wlU prepare the final vor -,
-1s, slon. ,
The Senate named ct'tvtis:
who hid voted 5.2 against the ,
health although benefits they would for the normally aged< i THE GALA LABOR DAY WEEKEND

support the Senate plan In con.

WI- ferenc The HOUM delegation Is expected
to be headed by Rtp. CELEBRATION
Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., long
time toe of a Social Security.
nnanced health prgram Hr Is
i likely to have a majority on the
group who will side with him.
Nevertheless, Democratic
leaders In both branches of Con.
fNEA Telephoto) gresi said they wert deter &
mined to push as hard as ponU .
FISH first tour the Demo
TALE- Making his campaign as ble for inclusion of some form of
I cratic candidate for the L.S, Senate from New York, Robert health benefits In the final ver.
F. Kennedy handles i fish on a visit to New York's colorful lion of the bill. ,
Fulton Fish Market area. He was virtually mobbed by /fish The bill as It paused the S..,. 1
peddlers eager to shake his hand. ate Thursday Includes not only I e
--- ----
the health-car. program but
increased< social security ben*. also Increased: cash paymentsfor
Smathers Switches fits. all those now on the Social ,: 'p t
Vote On Medicare Smothers said that, If the bill Security rolls. 4i'a
had not passed the Senate and The Senate made numerous
WASHINGTON CAP) Son been sent to the conference com. changes In the measure so thereIs '
George Sma the r I, D.Fla, mlttee, there would have beenno a wide area of disagreement 'I h
witched his vote on medical chance: for obtaining Increas. for bargaining purposes In the
care for tie: aged Thursday and ed social security benefits. Now, conference : Vy'i.
explained that he wanted the he said, there Is a chance. A House showdown on the "'" '
measure to go to a conference Florida's other senator, SIMS. health Issue Is not expected until
-committee.Smathert: card Holland, voted against the the weak after next.
who voted a ilist health "are measure both times.A Basically the House bill
the bill the first go around Tues.\ similar bill has been passedby would provide a five per cent
day said his vote for final pas. the house, and the confer Increase In retirement benefits, 'i
age was consistent with what once committee will Iron out the along with some other provUslons.
he said was his record favoring: dlfferenc'es. ,

.' :, RODEO is Sunday at 2 p.m. at i ir

New Cross-State IM M 0 K A L E E A R E N A.
High Voltage -
I Monday at 10 a.m. the big parade

will begin. Second half P

Link Booms State Power Grid"Today of Rodeo at 2 p.m. Sponsored

by IMMOKALEE S A I) I) L E.
marks the most significant trie companies work together tee of 100, were members of
advancement of the decade to strengthen and expand the the Florida Public Utilities , I? CLUB
in development of electric State's power grid so essentialto Commission representatives
power supply in the state the most economical and of the Air Force and the National ....
of Florida" said Edwin L. beneficial supply of electric Aeronautics and I Space
Mason, chairman of the FlorIda service" declared Mason Administration state officialsand a +l bII
public Utilities Commission The new line, extending front) represemattvtsofthethree
Thursday evening at cocoa Cape Kennedy to the Tampa Bay electric utilities. ,
Beach. area, provides another cross- "The strengthening and expansion -
At a ceremony dedicating the state link in Florida's high voltage of thenlgh-voltagegrld
new 240,000-voltcrosj-Florlda electric power network and helps reduce the over-all
transmission line, Mason clos- was constructed by the joint Investment in generating plantsto
ed the switch that put the high- cooperation of Florida Power meet Florida's looming
'"voltage power link Into com- Corporation Florida Power & power requirements since the
mercial operation. Light Company and Tampa reserve generation required for
"Here expressed In terms of Electric Company. safe dependable' operation Is
steel aluminum and copper Is Attending the dinner sponsored materially reduced through
the ability of the State's elec- by the Brevard Commit- pooling and sharing of generating -
capacity among the companies -
involved" Mason tald.
I These are just a" couple of
the many ways the power network -

of while service.electricity helps further hold safe to the down guarding customer the cost his PLUS! BAND MUSIC and a BIG PARADE!



LONG KNOWN
"The need for a large-scale
statewide transmission net- THIS PAGE SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC-SPIRITED IMMOKALEE BOOSTERSI! THANK THEM!
,
work has long been recognizedand .
I am happy to say that the
utility systems In Florida have ALENE'S RESTAURANT ROYAL'S DEPARTMENT STORE
expanded Interconnections from
year to year and have developed

grid,such" he said.a statewide power FRED'S "Home of Friendly Service"BETTY'S W. L. CRAWFORD, Bldg. Contractor

In discussing electric service
to strateglcCape Kennedy.
Cape Kennedy missile project, Mason pointed out that the new BEAUTY SHOP A. B. CURRY FARMS
served by Florida Power & Light transmission link would backup

Company transmission lines( power supply to this vital Nancy Taluba Betty TaylorF
from the North and South,will be area served by Florida Power'
ensured greater dependability of & Light Company. He also _"j'i; JOHN B. JUMP

service with this newest link In FlorIda noted that FPL Is building a & V PHARMACY I, .
station the
networkSWIMMING. new generating at
s expending power
Cape which is scheduled for R. E. "Bob" SHOCKLEY
completion next spring.
The super towers which support JOE W. SMITH HARDWARE
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